president trump will be looking for a new labor secretary following the resignation of alex acosta president t
President Trump will be looking for a new labor secretary following the resignation of Alex Acosta. President Trump says Acosta’s decision to resign was his own. This comes amid fallout from his handling of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. @NikolenDC reports:
jeffrey epstein is the lowest kind of scum i prosecuted pedophiles like him for years the question now is whet
Jeffrey Epstein is the lowest kind of scum. I prosecuted pedophiles like him for years. The question now is whether Labor Secretary Acosta needs to go. I’ll be watching the press conference very carefully.
jeffrey epstein s arrest makes uncomfortable reading for president trump and his labor secretary alex acosta a
Jeffrey Epstein's arrest makes uncomfortable reading for President Trump and his labor secretary Alex Acosta. And the U.S. Attorney’s office in Manhattan has put its public corruption unit -- not its human trafficking team -- in charge of the case
alex acosta is trumps secretary of labor he gave a child molester a sweetheart dealand weve known this for a w
Alex Acosta is Trump’s Secretary of Labor. He gave a child molester a sweetheart deal—and we’ve known this for a while. Why Democratic leadership hasn’t given Acosta more than a gentle shove is beyond me. They have another chance now with Epstein’s arrest.
superb story about how labor secretary alex acosta let predator jeffrey epstein cut an unusual deal that even
Superb story about how Labor Secretary Alex Acosta let predator Jeffrey Epstein cut an unusual deal that even granted immunity to "any potential co-conspirators." The deal "essentially shut down an ongoing FBI probe into whether there were more victims."
epstein could have spent life in prison but he only served a little more than a year in jail why a secret deal
Epstein could have spent life in prison, but he only served a little more than a year in jail. Why? A secret deal was struck — an extraordinary plea arrangement — with help from future Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta.