"EnTrust Capital Inc., a hedge fund firm that’s handled New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s personal and campaign money, received state pension funds to invest from a company he has identified as paying possible illegal kickbacks." Level of importance? We're talking illegal-housekeeper status. But still: Awwwwwkward. Update: Cuomo spokesman Richard Bamberger has released a statement asserting that that the attorney general has had “no investment interest in EnTrust for more than a year.” [Bloomberg]
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