Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Under Fire – The Day That Was | MSNBC

Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Under Fire – The Day That Was | MSNBC
Labor Secretary Alex Acosta Under Fire – The Day That Was | MSNBC
This is the case of Jeffrey Epstein, Paris. His home was raided. Concurrently, Epstein has been charged with sex trafficking involving young women and underage girls. Now, over a decade ago, Epstein was under federal investigation in Florida for alleged crimes involving sexual exploits can of minors approved the deal nation’s labor secretary, and so these latest charges against Epstein have renewed outraged Over The First Agreement there and sparked calls for a cussed. His resignation as labor secretary, I am calling on secretary Acosta to resign. It is now impossible for anyone have confidence in Secretary of constant ability to leave the Department of Labor if he refuses to resign. President Trump should fire him that there wasn’t this thorough investigation to get the right sentence in to get this done and not let him off and go to work every day, but secondly, a federal judge, because the victims were not consulted about the sentence, and sometimes they May not agree with the sentence, but you have to tell them about it and we would have several meetings with people in my office with a victim many many people that worked in this area, Watauga through with the victim. Why we had to do a plea agreement. If we had to what happened in a trial, it’s a big part of your job is to explain this to victims, because they have to have trust in our system, no matter what the outcome is for. His part Acosta is waiting for his reputation and quite possibly for his job for a president who looks down upon bad press from any member of his cabinet Acosta this morning treating a defense of the deal he struck with Epstein in 2008. He wrote this quote the crimes committed by Epstein, a horrific and I’m pleased that New York prosecutors are moving forward with a case based on new evidence. For the evidence available more than a decade ago, Federal prosecutors insisted that Epstein go to jail register as a sex offender World on notice that he was a sexual predator. Now the new evidence and additional testimony is available. The New York prosecution offers an important opportunity to more fully bring them to justice. Democrats have been talking about calling on him to resign. Is here, including we’re told Chief of Staff, Mick Mulvaney, I’d labor secretary does have a couple of things going for him. First of all, it’s still not clear what kind of legs does news coverage will have how much this will continue to be a drumbeat, because, as we know, that is something that might affect President from stinking butt. Is it President Trump legitimately thinks he’s doing a good job is from what I know, and what I do know is that he’s been a great really great Secretary of Labor. The rest of it will have to look at weapon, but it’s very carefully but you’re talking about a long time ago and again it was a decision made, I think, not by him, but by a lot of people. So we’re going to look at it very carefully. You’Ll be looking at that very carefully he’s doing a great job. I’Ve been over two and a half years he’s doing. A terrific job is, is the labor secretary for the president in the past about other officials like we’ll see? That is a dreaded phrase that has not yet AKC, at least not at this point really details. I’D heard yesterday about Epstein’s colleagues are speaking up. Asking questions are raising concerns. He may be with us for the Long Haul up-to-date with the videos were putting out. You can click subscribe just below me or click over on this list, as he lots of other great videos.
Labor Secretary Alex Acosta faces renewed scrutiny over his role in cutting a plea deal more than a decade ago for Jeffrey Epstein.
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