Hillary Clinton Not the New NY State Attorney General ....Acting AG Does Not Have a Gambling Problem

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The website, Liberty Raise, reported Friday that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo appointed former U.S. Secretary of State Clinton and Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as the permanent replacement for Eric Schneiderman.  SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

Senior Deputy Communications Director Rich Azzopardi called the story 100 percent "fake, fake, fake.”

Schneiderman resigned as attorney general Monday following allegations of sexual misconduct.

Liberty Raise also falsely claims that Cuomo rescinded the appointment of his first choice, Barbara Underwood, because of a gambling addiction that became public.

Acting Attorney General Barbara Underwood says she wants to keep her new job through the end of the year and is the favorite to be appointed permanent New York AG with the “field” as *an only other option at Skybook *subject to consideration at this time

Underwood told the Daily News Thursday that she will submit her name for consideration to the Legislature as lawmakers consider who to appoint to fill out the last few months of Eric Schneiderman's term.

Schneiderman was widely blamed for destroying the Daily Fantasy Sports industry more than two years ago.

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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