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New York’s next attorney general targeted slumlords. Now she’s going after Trump.

He’s from Queens; she’s from Brooklyn. He was a millionaire at age 8 ; she shared one television with seven siblings. He came from a family of landlords; she spent years suing their kind. He’s the most powerful man in the country, and she says she’s ready to fight him.

Two New Yorkers, vastly different but both aggressive in their own way. She, Letitia “Tish” James, blasted through social barriers by becoming the first black woman to be elected New York’s attorney general. Soon, she will have the power of her office to become one of President Trump’s main legal nemeses, to go after him where it could hurt the most: in his hometown.

During the campaign, James, a Democrat, said she intends to aggressively investigate Trump’s businesses and finances. On the night of her victory, she stood in front of supporters in Brooklyn and all but declared a war against Trump: “I will be shining a bright light into every dark corner of his real estate dealings, and every dealing, demanding truthfulness at every turn.

Liz Treston, an advocate for Sandy victims

Like many, Treston — who has a spinal cord injury and requires a wheelchair-accessible home — was displaced after Hurricane Sandy’s floodwaters rushed into her house and destroyed her belongings.

After moving from rental to rental while trying to find a contractor to rebuild and elevate her home, Treston, the Long Beach Herald’s 2018 Person of the Year, found someone in 2016 whom she said took almost $200,000 of NY Rising funds and her own money and abandoned the project, leaving her house unfinished and uninhabitable.

Treston, 57, later found another contractor to elevate her home, and in the spring, a group of local residents banded together to help their friend and neighbor finally return home. They hosted a fundraiser, rebuilt parts of the home and equipped it with accessibility features for Treston.

“Liz has proven she is not intimidated by barriers or challenges,” said Sam Pinto, school board trustee and president of the Eastholme Civic Association. “As a volunteer, she has done more advocacy than many elected officials and professionals. The spirit in her to help others motivated the community to come together and help her with her house.”

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My brother has been working with the Bank of America since July 2009 to get emergency assistance on his mortgage. He always worked and paid his bills but was diagnosed with bone cancer and cannot move around - so cannot work.

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