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Probes At Home Trip Up Potential 2016 Candidates

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June 20, 2014 AT 4:02 AM
First it was Chris Christie, humbled by members of his staff who shut down a bridge from New Jersey into Manhattan in an apparent act of political retribution. Now it's Scott Walker, who prosecutors in Wisconsin believe acted criminally by coordinating the fundraising and spending of outside conservative groups. They're two of the nation's highest-profile Republican governors, both with hopes for the White House in 2016.