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Fed Prosecutor Who Got Loan from N.J. Ex-U.S. Attorney Christie Resigns

This has been a tough governor’s race and ex-U.S. Atty Chris Christie has been knocked around. But he has a shot at winning if he can keep his little controversies to a minimum. In this case, an ex-colleague resigned Tuesday to help the cause.

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By Josh Margolin and Claire Heininger
Newark Star-Ledger
TRENTON — The federal prosecutor at the center of the controversy over a loan made by Republican gubernatorial candidate Chris Christie resigned today.

Michele Brown, the acting First Assistant U.S. Attorney for New Jersey, said in her resignation letter it has been an “honor and privilege” to serve, but she does not want to be “a distraction” for her colleagues.

The surprise departure came only eight days after it was revealed Brown had borrowed $46,000 from Christie while Christie was her boss as U.S. attorney.

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