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Trump backs Labor chief Acosta but says will look at matter amid Epstein case

Reuters Tuesday, 9 July 2019
Trump backs Labor chief Acosta but says will look at matter amid Epstein casePresident Donald Trump backed Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta on Tuesday but said he would look into how Acosta handled financier Jeffrey Epstein's case during his tenure as a U.S. prosecutor in Florida.
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News video: Trump Says Labor Secretary Acosta Will Resign Amid Criticism Over 2008 Jeffrey Epstein Plea Deal

Trump Says Labor Secretary Acosta Will Resign Amid Criticism Over 2008 Jeffrey Epstein Plea Deal 00:59

Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta is out after facing criticism for making a deal with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein over a decade ago. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has more.

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