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Donald Trump defends Acosta role in plea deal involving accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 9 July 2019 ()
President Donald Trump defended Labor Secretary Alex Acosta amid calls for his resignation over his role in cutting a plea deal with Jeffrey Epstein.
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Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta announced he's resigning. He spoke to the press outside the White House Friday with President Trump at his side. Acosta has been under fire recently for his role in a plea deal 12 years ago with Jeffrey Epstein while serving as a U.S. attorney in Florida.

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