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Labor Secretary Alex Acosta defends controversial plea deal for Jeffrey Epstein

CBS News Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
In a press conference Wednesday, Labor Secretary Alex Acosta defended his handling of a 2008 plea deal for billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Critics of the deal are demanding Acosta resign. Attorney Deborah Blum and CBS News' Natalie Brand have the latest.
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Labor Secretary Alex Acosta addresses his former dealings with billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, arrested for child sex trafficking in New York.

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