To those who feared the New York Attorney General’s Office would suffer a drop in energy in the wake of Eric Schneiderman’s sudden departure in May, last Thursday’s news provided an emphatic answer.

On that day, Attorney General Barbara Underwood leveled claims the Trump Foundation should be dissolved for self-dealing and other improper actions under state charity laws. The suit, in Manhattan state court, seeks to dissolve the foundation, $2.8 million in restitution and bar Trump from serving as the head of New York nonprofit for a decade.

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