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Special Report: Labor Secretary Alex Acosta resigns amid criticism of Jeffrey Epstein plea deal

CBS News Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
President Trump has announced that Labor Secretary Alex Acosta is stepping down. Acosta had faced calls from Democrats to resign over his handling of a controversial 2008 secret plea deal with accused sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Anthony Mason anchors a CBS News Special Report from New York with correspondent Paula Reid at the White House.
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News video: US Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Says He Won’t Resign, Defends Role In Epstein Scandal

US Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Says He Won’t Resign, Defends Role In Epstein Scandal 02:11

U.S. Labor Secretary Alex Acosta says he will not resign over his role in Jeffrey Epstein's child sex abuse case. Nikole Killion has the latest from the White House. (2:12) WCCO Mid-Morning – July 11, 2019

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