People who know New Jersey politics know who Michael Drewniak is.
A spokesperson for Gov. Chris Christie (R) going back to Christie's days as a U.S. attorney, Drewniak is known for "routinely [channeling] his boss's invective," as The Newark Star-Ledger put it recently. In 2009, when he was still the spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Jersey and a registered Democrat, the website PolitickerNJ wrote about Drewniak's "testicular fortitude" in attending Christie's gubernatorial campaign kick-off event.
“We are not required to act like cloistered drones when it comes to the political process," Drewniak told the website at the time.
Thanks to the release last week of thousands of pages of documents connected to the George Washington Bridge lane closures, many people outside New Jersey politics have now learned who Drewniak is, too, while also learning a few things about his use of invective.
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