Report: Trump Knew About Disgraced NY AG Indiscretions

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ALBANY - U.S. President Donald Trump's personal attorney was informed about two women who had accused former state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman of sexual abuse, according to a letter filed Friday in court.

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

In the letter, attorney Patrick J. Gleason says he represented two other women who claimed they were “sexual victimized” by Schneiderman.

He writes that he advised them against reporting their allegations because Schneiderman was too politically powerful.

Mr. Gleason said in an interview that Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, had assured him that if Mr. Trump were to run for and be elected governor of New York, he would help bring to light the women’s accusations about Mr. Schneiderman.

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