Not two months into the job and New York's new Attorney General has already made national news.
Barbara Underwood, who took over for her now-disgraced predecessor Eric Schneiderman, announced a lawsuit against President Donald Trump's Foundation earlier this month. She is asking the court to dissolve the non-profit, wants $2.8 million in restitution and a ban on Trump from serving as the head of a non-profit for ten years and his children, who served as board members, for one year.
We also ask her about the Supreme Court's ruling on the president's travel ban and the confusion over the number of children in New York that have been separated from their parents.
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