Yes, ANOTHER Murphy aide is making headlines as questionable personnel decisions mount

Yes, ANOTHER Murphy aide is making headlines as questionable personnel decisions mount

TRENTON, N.J. — The Murphy Administration’s personnel hiring questions continue to mount and the scandals are piling up as both an internal and legislative review begin to get off of the ground.

On Thursday night, as Governor Phil Murphy continues his overseas “trade” trip, The Wall Street Journal reported that an aide to the  governor had once been investigated after being accused of “toxic” behavior, including throwing a chair and allegedly creating a hostile work environment for women. The chair part was substantiated; Joe Kelley, who was at that time working as deputy campaign manager for the future Democrat governor, was nevertheless ultimately cleared by a transition-team initiated attorney review and hired into the administration.

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This story is only the latest in a string of extremely unflattering and, in some cases, downright disturbing personnel stories concerning an administration which isn’t even a year old. They include:

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