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Underwood continues work of the AG's office

Matt Ryan, New York Now

Barbara Underwood has been New York’s attorney general for just over seven weeks now, after her predecessor, Eric Schneiderman, resigned after he was accused of physically abusing women he was dating. Schneiderman has said the encounters were consensual. 

WXXI’s Karen DeWitt sat down with Underwood, in an interview with public radio and television,  to talk about some of the very high-profile work that the office is continuing to pursue under her leadership, including the lawsuit by her office against the Trump Foundation.