Christie: Failure To Report $46,000 Loan "Pure Oversight"

The former U.S. Attorney for New Jersey who is now running for governor says his failure to report a $46,000 loan to another prosecutor was “pure oversight.” Republican Chris Christie says he is fixing his “mistake” by amending income tax and financial disclosure filings that omitted the loan to Michele Brown. Brown was the No. 4 at the prosecutor’s office and Christie was her boss when the loan was made in 2007. She is now the first assistant U.S. attorney under Acting U.S. Attorney Ralph Marra. Christie, says he’s filing an amended 2007 federal tax return to reflect $420 in interest payments on the loan. He says he’s also amending disclosures filed with the U.S. Justice Department and New Jersey’s Election Law Enforcement Commission. AP

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