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(CNN) - Governor Chris Christie gave the annual State of the State address Tuesday, using part of his speech to defend himself amid multiple investigations into the so-called "Bridgegate" scandal, which involved some of his top aides apparently creating an epic traffic jam on the Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge in September, all out of payback against a Democrat who didn't endorse Christie.
So what does today's speech mean for Christie going forward?
CNN political commentator and The New Yorker correspondent Ryan Lizza and state house reporter for Politicker NJ Matt Arco discuss.