By Alexander Burns and Maggie Haberman
Half a decade ago, Chris Christie and Andrew Cuomo were a pair of untouchable lawmen who could do no wrong.
Their every subpoena became a splashy tabloid headline and their legal integrity was above public reproach. They won the governorships of New Jersey and New York running against political corruption and using one of the most powerful tools in government: the investigatory authority of an attorney representing the people.
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