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@jknipebrown  Th @EmilyMichote  result: It led to the resignation of U.S. Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta and a new indictment of Epstein. And before he could face his victims, Epstein was found dead in his New York jail cell.

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BREAKING: Senate votes 53-44 to confirm Eugene Scalia to be Labor secretary, replacing Alex Acosta, who resigned in July after facing criticism of his handling of the Jeffrey Epstein case - NBC News

NEW: Senate votes 53-44 to confirm Eugene Scalia to be Labor secretary, replacing Alex Acosta, who resigned in July after facing criticism of his handling of the Jeffrey Epstein case. - @frankthorp 

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Generation Next: Senate confirms Eugene Scalia as labor secretary, succeeding Alex Acosta who resigned in July amid outcry over Epstein plea deal

The Senate has confirmed Eugene Scalia as labor secretary. He succeeds Alex Acosta, who resigned in July amid an outcry over the Epstein plea deal: with @emrosenberg 

Pres Trump formally submits nomination of Eugene Scalia to be Secretary of Labor. If confirmed by Senate, would succeed Alex Acosta, who resigned July 12. Deputy Secy Patrick Pizzella since serving as Acting Secretary.

Pres Trump today formally submitted his nomination of Eugene Scalia to be Secretary of Labor. If confirmed by the Senate, he would succeed Alex Acosta, who resigned July 12 under fire for accused sweetheart deal in 2008 prosecution of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

NEW: Pres. Trump announces intention to nominate Eugene Scalia to be Secretary of Labor. His previous Labor secretary, Alex Acosta, resigned amid fallout over role in Jeffrey Epstein plea deal.

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NEW: President Trump announces his intention to nominate Eugene Scalia to be Secretary of Labor. His previous Labor secretary, Alex Acosta, resigned amid fallout over his role in the Jeffrey Epstein plea deal

NEW: President Trump announces his intention to nominate Eugene Scalia to be Secretary of Labor. His previous Labor secretary, Alex Acosta, resigned amid fallout over his role in the Jeffrey Epstein plea deal

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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.

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1. Alex Acosta broke the law to give a sweetheart deal to a serial pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein. Trump made Acosta Secretary of Labor, giving him oversight of the nation's human trafficking laws.

Taking a closer look at Judge Kenneth Mara's opinion and order finding that the DOJ -- and specifically then-US Attorney, now Labor Secretary Alex Acosta -- violated the law in the Epstein plea deal. (Thread)

Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested for child sex trafficking Remember, a judge ruled in February that Alex Acosta, Trump's Labor Secretary, BROKE THE LAW to give Epstein a sweetheart deal in 2007 How is Acosta still a member of Trump's cabinet?

Alex Acosta should resign as Labor Secretary. We need leaders committed to fighting for justice for survivors of abuse, not protecting predators.

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 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.

Blunt, angry editorial calling for resignation of Trump Labor Secretary Alex Acosta after the shattering expose from on Acosta's role in the Jeffrey Epstein child rape case...

A federal court ruled that a member of Trump's cabinet, Secretary of Labor Alex Acosta, BROKE THE LAW TO DELIVER AN EGREGIOUSLY LENIENT SENTENCE TO A BILLIONAIRE CHILD SEX ABUSER How is Acosta still in office?

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