New focus on Trump Labor Secretary’s role in unusual plea deal for billionaire accused of sexual abuse
Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta was a US attorney in Florida when Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire accused of sexual abusing dozens of underage girls, received a plea deal in 2007 that allowed him to spend 13 months in county jail when he could have spent decades in prison.
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