Accuser says Eric Schneiderman "has not personally apologized" to her after abuse
Michelle Manning Barish, who dated former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman for more than a year and accused him of abuse, is speak out in her first TV interview. She shared her story with the New Yorker in May claiming he slapped her across the face and choked her. Schneiderman resigned three hours after the story was published. Last week, a prosecutor announced Schneiderman will not face criminal charges after multiple women came forward. Schneiderman said in a statement: "I accept full responsibility for my conduct in my relationships with my accusers." Manning Barish joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how Schneiderman's campaign money could go towards helping women.