Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman says there may be more to the growing scandal over staffers to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie shutting down lanes on the George Washington Bridge to punish a mayor who didn't endorse the Republican governor.
Huntsman told MSNBC's Morning Joe that the his experience as governor was that staff was close-knit and the chief executives were involved in the minutia because they needed to be.
"Everybody knows day in and day out what's playing out in your state down to, you know, miniscule details," Huntsman said during an appearance on the morning show. "There's something here that just doesn't connect fully in terms of how communication was handled and how the issues were put forward to the governor. I hope that part is clarified because I know how governor's offices run. I ran one."