With Massachusetts' attorney general, Maura Healy, Schneiderman also led the "Exxon Knew" investigation to determine if oil companies committed fraud when they tried to convince the public not to worry about climate change.
Schneiderman has been praised and endorsed by pro-abortion groups such as NARAL and he took his abortion support to the attorney general's office, often speaking out on the right of women to control their own bodies. Selvaratnam says that Schneiderman warned her he could have her followed and her phones tapped, and both say that he threatened to kill them if they broke up with him. And Trump has spared no counterattacks against Schneiderman.
Now, in light of the allegations of physical abuse made against ex-New York attorney general, the Full Frontal host tore him apart. The Manhattan District Attorney's Office said it has launched a probe into the alleged abuse.
In June of 2017, Schneiderman filed a lawsuit against 14 pro-life advocates in Queens, accusing them of "threatening, violent and obstructive behavior".
His office has given no indication the course there is changing.
The accusations rocked the state and added another chapter to its history of political sex shockers, including the prostitution scandal that felled Democratic Gov. Eliot Spitzer in 2008 and the serial sexting that ultimately put former Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner in prison last fall.
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Among villages affected are those in the farmlands of Nyakinyua, Endao, and Arutani where hundreds of people were displaced. The local people are now concerned about the condition of the other two dams, which are also reportedly full.
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There are 250,000 solar jobs nationwide, with most employees involved with the installation of new systems. All they have to do is pass a mandate that most new homes come with solar panels already installed.
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The rankings are based on the school's performance on state assessments and how well they prepare students for college. He said the school's tradition of excellence permeates through every person in the building.
Dermot Shea, the chief of detectives for the New York Police Department, said investigators would interview the women in detail but he couldn't say yet whether any charges would result.
Jennifer Cunningham, Mr Schneiderman's ex-wife, released a statement on Monday saying: "I've known Eric for almost 35 years as a husband, father, and friend". "They haven't lost any of the lawyers who are working on the cases". From 1998 to 2001 she was the Acting Solicitor General and Principal Deputy Solicitor General of the United States.
That upper chamber complicates matters. Senate Republicans have declined to participate. However, one member, Sen.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen also said that his office was committed to working with the New York Attorney General's office going forward.
Schneiderman's denials, however, were not enough for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, who called for Schneiderman's resignation within mere hours of the news breaking.
And by November, New Yorkers will elect a new attorney general to serve a four-year term. Democrats and Republicans will hold their respective conventions May 23-24 to nominate candidates for statewide office, including attorney general. Schneiderman had positioned himself as a leader of the liberal resistance to Trump and had warned in a tweet a year ago that no one was above the law.