Wasserman Schultz Renews Call for Acosta to Resign Amid New Epstein Charges

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Washington, July 8, 2019 | comments
"As Epstein now faces a real accounting for his crimes, it’s time for Acosta to be held responsible for letting Epstein elude real justice for so long."
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Today Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL-23) issued the following statement:

The new sex trafficking charges announced today make it agonizingly clear that former U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta failed to deliver true justice for the underage girls that Jeffrey Epstein mercilessly exploited. Someone with such poor judgement and utter disregard for survivors should not be our Secretary of Labor. I renew my call for Labor Secretary Acosta to resign. As Epstein now faces a real accounting for his crimes, it’s time for Acosta to be held responsible for letting Epstein elude real justice for so long.
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