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Dinesh D'Souza told a federal judge on Tuesday that he "deeply" regretted violating a federal campaign finance law, and that he knew that what he did had been wrong, during a hearing in which the conservative author pleaded guilty to making more than $10,000 of contributions in the names of others.
The New Jersey legislative committee investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures will hear Tuesday from Matt Mowers, who worked for Christie's re-election campaign last year and is currently the executive director of the New Hampshire Republican Party.
After spending months maintaining his innocence, conservative author Dinesh D'Souza is expected to plead guilty Tuesday in connection to alleged violations of campaign finance laws, according to The New York Times.