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Jesse Watters, Greg Gutfeld blast media for focus on Acosta over Epstein Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Fox News' Jesse Watters and Greg Gutfeld criticized the media and Democrats for focusing on Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta and not disgraced billionaire Jeffrey Epstein on "The Five" Wednesday.
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News video: Alexander Acosta Tries To Take Away Blame For Jeffrey Epstein's 2008 Plea Deal

Alexander Acosta Tries To Take Away Blame For Jeffrey Epstein's 2008 Plea Deal 00:32

U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta blamed the State’s Attorney’s office for a controversial plea deal. In 2008, Acosta negotiated a non-prosecution deal for Jeffrey Epstein who was being accused of sex trafficking. But Acosta said it was Palm Beach State Attorney’s office that let Epstein...

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