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Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso (R-Holmdel). New Jersey State Assembly Photo.

DiMaso tells Murphy to cancel foreign trip

Governor set to leave Monday for Germany and Israel

By David Wildstein, October 12 2018 7:07 pm

Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso (R-Holmdel) wants Gov. Phil Murphy to postpone his nine-day trade mission trip to Germany and Israel so he can address questions about former administration official Albert Alvarez, who was allegedly investigated for sexual misconduct.

Murphy is scheduled to leave on Monday and return on October 24.

“Now is not the time for the governor to leave the state,” said DiMaso. “There are serious allegations of misconduct, and it is Governor Murphy’s responsibility to answer the public’s questions. With the governor’s insistence that equal rights and treatment of women are at the top of his platform, it is completely baffling why he would continue to avoid answering questions.”

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3 thoughts on “DiMaso tells Murphy to cancel foreign trip

  1. Yeah but, Chris Christie left the state to go to disneyworld as NJ got pummelled by a blizzard?

    Least we forget Christie on the beach as the state gvt shutdown and taxpayers were forbidden to baske in the sun and frolic in the ocean.

    (Before the trump administration plunders the coast for oil exploration that is.)

    Let Alvarez account for his actions.

    Let the lieutenant governor assume her state constitutional duties in the governor’s absence.

    BTW- admonish the governor to stay out of a Saudi embassy.

  2. The ethically challenged Serena DiMaso ( 3 agencies are currently investigating her for robo-call fraud)–if she were so concerned about sexual misconduct, she would have been present at the June 7th Assembly vote, instead of partying on the taxpayers’ dime in Nashville, TN.

    It was at that Assembly vote, where the Assembly banned child brides marrying much older men. Now that’s sexual misconduct!!

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