The closer he gets to his last day on NBC, the funnier Jay Leno seems to get.
On Thursday, the “Tonight Show” host touched on the scandal over the lane closures on the George Washington Bridge that has rocked N.J. Gov. Chris Christie‘s world.
He began his monologue by saying Christie doesn’t know yet if he will run for president in 2016, adding that he will “cross that bridge when he comes to it.”
Leno told viewers Christie is denying any personal involvement in clogging the George Washington Bridge, saying “he said he was too busy clogging his own arteries at the time.”
Looking on the bright side, Leno said: ” Now that Christie is denying everything, he sounds even more presidential.”
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