Though there are still multiple ongoing investigations into the George Washington Bridge scandal, Chris Christie has decided it's okay for him to laugh about Bridgegate. The New Jersey governor ended his self-imposed exile from late-night television on Thursday with an appearance on The Tonight Show. In a companion piece to Michelle Obama's "Evolution of Mom Dancing," the noticeably slimmer Christie showed off a few classic dad moves. (Naturally, there was a Springsteen joke.) Later when Fallon asked Christie if he thinks he can beat Hillary Clinton in 2016, he answered "Hypothetically, you bet." "In a dance off?" Fallon asked. "That’s what I was talking about. What were you talking about?" said Christie.
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