With his approval rating at an historically low level and facing the prospect of criminal charges, New Jersey governor Chris Christie is looking forward to his next career-in sports commentary, obviously.
Christie is to appear March 10 in municipal court on a criminal summons.
The source rejected speculation that Christie - a former United States attorney and once-trusted Trump confidant - is under consideration for a Trump administration job.
"This judge has once again violated the Governor's constitutional rights and intentionally ignored the earlier ruling by Assignment Judge Mizdol", Murray said.
Judge Roy McCready of the Bergen County Superior Court cited testimony from two former Christie aides that were convicted in the revenge plot against the mayor who refused to endorse Christie in his gubernatorial reelection bid.
Again, McGeady found there was probable cause for the complaint, despite statements last month from the Bergen County prosecutor's office that it would not pursue charges.
Chris Christie is turning heel.
For Christie to go on trial, the case would have to be presented to a grand jury, which would have to hand up an indictment.
Brennan has contended that demonstrates bias inherent in the relationship between Christie and the prosecutor's office, and he renewed his call Thursday for a special prosecutor to be named.
Well, Christie reprised his role as perhaps the region's most notable Philly sports troll during an appearance on SportsNet New York on Thursday. The law requires this judge to have done the same.
Last fall, former aide Bridget Kelly testified that Christie knew about the planned lane closures on the GW Bridge when they were first proposed and that he once threw a water bottle at her in anger. Christie said on air.
Christie has denied knowledge of the scheme while it was ongoing.