Third Circuit nominee Paul Matey faced heavy questioning about his links to scandal-plagued former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie during Tuesday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on his nomination.

Responding to Democratic senators’ questions about advice he gave Christie in connection with the Bridgegate scandal and other controversies in the governor’s two terms, Matey generally said he had no direct knowledge of the events he was questioned about.

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