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Labor Secretary Alex Acosta resigns amid fallout over Jeffrey Epstein case

Credit: CBS News- Published 1 week ago
President Trump's Labor Secretary Alex Acosta resigned Friday after defending his handling of a controversial secret plea deal with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in 2008 when Acosta was U.S. Attorney in Florida. CBS News political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns joins CBSN with more on the breaking news.
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Published 2 weeks ago -  01:42
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta defends handling of Jeffrey Epstein case in 2008
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta defended his handling of Palm Beach billionaire Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking case more than a decade ago, saying he tried to avoid a deal that would've allowed the wealthy financier to walk free.

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