That could lead to an appointment by the Legislature, which is dominated by Assembly Democrats, before the May 23-24 Democratic state convention in Uniondale.
Guilfoyle said that woman told her she went through a "horrific ordeal" and is "very afraid to come forward" against the man who, prior to Monday evening, was the top law enforcement officer in the Empire State. And not even the most purse-lipped Puritan would suggest that getting slapped and choked was some sort of personal moral failing. Al Franken was accused of sexual harassment. As the paper's editorial page demonstrates on a daily basis, hardly is there even a limit on the amount of self-righteousness that will be tolerated as long as you internalize the correct checklist of things to be self-righteous about. He resigned in January.
But that did not stop him from raiding Pigeon's house and destroying his reputation and business.
Underwood was appointed solicitor general in January 2007, after previously serving as counsel and chief assistant to the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, holding executive positions in the Queens and Brooklyn District Attorneys' offices and a trial attorney for their Manhattan counterpart. He denies the allegations. At one point-she can't remember if it was at this moment or in a later conversation-he told her, "You know, hitting an officer of the law is a felony".More news: Celtics brace for the next big challenge: LeBron
"Eric Schneiderman fought concealed carry reciprocity, calling it a 'public safety disaster in the making, '" CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb recalled. Schneiderman's spokesman denied the threats. Eventually he wasn't there anymore, and my roommate and her boyfriend were, holding my hand while I debated whether to break up with him. "I'm still in shock today". And once someone gets all hot and bothered, they may not be in their right mind to consent.
To their credit, some Republicans are encouraging Greitens to quit. "I could not remain silent and encourage other women to be brave for me". "It's an opportunity for individuals on both sides of the political aisle because now all of the sudden there's an open race for the office of A.G". So far, it has paid no political price.
Manning Barish said felt "emotionally battered" and dropped 37 pounds after Schneiderman started "controlling what I ate" but continued to call her "chubby".
Schneiderman has been a vocal supporter of the #MeToo movement. His statement of resignation was not posted. It wavered with a plaintive, childish note as I spoke into the phone: "He hit me".
Along with his work with Mueller, Schneiderman has filed a flurry of lawsuits against the Trump administration. The work continues, ' tweeted Amy Spitalnick, the spokesperson for the Attorney General's office.
The alleged victims said the violence was not consensual. "I find it impossible to believe these allegations are true", Cunningham said. While misogyny is clearly a bipartisan problem - and Schneiderman is at the beginnings of paying a price over allegations of same - only one party seems to actually do anything about it.