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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"W. Chattanooga special report I've seen suicide I Q. sex trafficker Jeffrey abstain has died of an apparent suicide in a Manhattan jail the New York Post published photos of that steam being wheeled into New York downtown hospital on a Gurney he appears to have a resuscitation mask on his face and fire department EMTs appear to be performing CPR on the sixty six year old sources say he hanged himself in his cell at the metropolitan correctional center in Manhattan the fire department received a call for help a little after six thirty calls for an investigation were quick in coming both from lawmakers and his victims two weeks ago he reportedly tried to kill himself and was supposedly placed on suicide watch Steve casting down New York his arrest last month alone separate probes into how authorities handle this case initially when similar charges were first brought against him in Florida more than a decade ago labor secretary Alexander Acosta resigned after coming under fire for overseeing that deal when he was US attorney in Miami I'm in Kate's North Korea has fired a fifth round of short range ballistic missiles into the sea correspondent Ivan Watson with excerpts of president trump's sweet today in a letter sent to me by Kim Jong un he stated very nicely that he would like to meet and start negotiations as soon as the joint US South Korea joint exercise or over it was a long letter much of it complaining about the ridiculous and expensive exercises it was also a small apology for testing the short range missiles and that this testing would stop when the exercises and I look forward to seeing Kim Jong moon in the not too distant future a nuclear free North Korea it will lead to one of the most successful countries in the world funeral services are being held today in Texas in Dayton for some of the thirty one people gunned down last weekend during back to back massacres mass is being offered in el Paso for a teenager and for a woman who.

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Trump abandoned the citizenship census question, yet thousands still have to answer it

Cornerstone Church

09:47 min | 1 year ago

Trump abandoned the citizenship census question, yet thousands still have to answer it

"The president announced on Thursday that he is dropping further attempts to include the citizenship question on the twenty twenty census instead he signed executive order that's gonna require the commerce department to separately gather data from other departments within the government and then putting that together with the census information they'll get a complete picture of who all the citizens and non citizens are in the country we spoke to Nicole the ray immigration reporter at law three sixty for more on this the press conference that he gave was kind of weird it started off with his rhetorical question are you a citizen Gee I can answer that question are you a citizen of the United States of America Gee I'm sorry I just can't answer that question he essentially conceded that continuing to pursue the ship question in court but it also leaves preventing the center from being printed on time but at the same time he answered the negative order saying that states may actually be able to use their citizenship data that the department of commerce will ask me to draw electric affect based on eligible voters so that in some ways could be a concerning point that the X. value at least has highlighted is something that could be challenged in court at a later time but as of now it appears that comp is totally backing down on including the citizenship question on the census and definitely not a win for him he specifically said that I'm not backing down in my effort to get all of this information on who are citizens and non citizens this method that he's gonna go through with this executive order is basically what the census bureau said they should do instead you know go through all the other departments and you can get this information this way I guess the executive order is just making it clear that these other departments have to provide this information to the commerce department they can't provide this data to the commerce department but they also won't be actually allowed to use any kind of thank you that you may not get a more accurate this is just basically calling the resources that already exist within the government and it's creating a whole lot of new resources let's talk about bill Barr the Attorney General because the president brought him out to explain the back down it is the way I saw it obviously the Supreme Court said you can't put this question on the census you need to go back to the drawing board and give us different reasons for why you want to do this you can explain yourself well enough the first time so bill Barr comes out to basically explain that away saying the Supreme Court shot is down we can do it this way and he congratulated the president twice to say congratulations Mister president you're gonna get these numbers anyways I and it was just a weird picture that was going on actually catch this decision as a practical one he said that if the White House went back to the drawing board and fully explains the rationale behind the citizenship question in your credible court where this case now is they would definitely win but with such an abbreviated timeline for printing the census it ultimately he said just came down to a decision practicality rather than it being a matter of not being able to win the legal argument it did seem that way because the Supreme Court did say that they do have the right to ask the question is just you're not doing it the right way just yet go back to the drawing board and that that that was it the time line was just not working in their favor they needed to start printing the census pamphlets since July first I believe it was so go back to the drawing board it was just delay everything and you know that would just cause even more problems this is all going on against this backdrop we've been told that there's going to be a number of raids on undocumented migrant families by ice over the weekend I think they're starting Sunday and they're gonna be talking at least two thousand immigrants have been ordered to be deported and this gonna happen in at least ten major cities it's all in bucket it's a great immigration policy is better thank you they're in a great first in responding to your question on the campus that would improve their political power and now trust them service into hiding with each additional rates on but you know what the ACLU is now challenging you grades preemptively in New York federal court they just found a few today thank that the government have to get at least twenty families may be affected by that an opportunity to present their case in court and have a chance to make their teeth forty four Michael Moran immigration reporter a lot three sixty thank you very much for joining us thank one of the big stories of the week happened over the weekend and into Monday where federal prosecutors released an indictment against billionaire financier Jeffrey apps the in charge him with sex trafficking and creating a vast network of under age victims for him to sexually exploit the indictment alleges that he would pay girls for massages that would then become sex acts and then pay the girls more money to recruit other girls the store has a lot of details and even some connections to the current labor secretary Alexander Acosta for more on this we spoke to Kate breakaway she's a senior reporter the daily beast she was in court for actually is arraignment and tells us more details new about this is that he's being prosecuted in New York but the allegations are hauntingly similar to those that he faced in Florida about a decade ago and so the idea is that Jeffrey obscene uses employees as associates to recruit under age girls to come to his mansion and give him the sauces but once they arrive to his mansion in Palm Beach these are suppose it massage sessions actually turned into sexual abuse and molestation he paid the girls hundreds of dollars each visit and then he paid his victims to recruit even more underage girls so it is in a sort of the sex trafficking pyramid scheme that he was accused of running in Florida and now with thirty the New York are accusing him of doing the same thing but it is a pre side mansion in Manhattan but the motives and the and the methods are all very much the same in both cases the thing that's crazy about this story is obviously okay so he's connected to a lot of really famous important people Bill Clinton president Donald Trump even famous lawyers Alan Dershowitz is kind of wrapped up in all this stuff with him as well but tell us what happened because when this was going down in Florida he got some sort of sweet heart plea deal that let him just plead guilty to two counts of prostitution and everything basically went away he got a year in jail but even that he was getting out six days a week I think on work release this is back in two thousand seven he's a powerful financiers you said he has a little black book filled with famous people including you know these so seats of the Clinton assistance of the Clintons he had Malani and Donald Trump and his little black book I mean he knew everybody and so it's no surprise that he had a high powered legal team that stepped in to make sure that these charges didn't result in serious charges for hammer serious prison time essentially he had enough money to make this all go away so back in two thousand seven the US attorney's office in Miami which was then led by Alexander Costas who is now trump's labor secretary and his office had actually prepared a fifty three page indictment against that steam esteemed high powered lawyers which included their show it included Ken Starr intervenes behind the backs of the victims in this case so we have a situation where it is very powerful man with his all star legal team is collaborating with the US attorney's office with prosecutors to downgrade these charges on the other side you have victims that come you know they're vulnerable they come from under privileged family situations and esteemed attorneys made it out so they weren't credible at all I mean they created das Sears on the victim they provided the victim's social media pages that perhaps indicated drug user just had unseemly photos or things like that and so you know they not only attacks the victims in the case and there were allegations that I've seen sent people to follow the victims and to follow the victims families that Alexander costs that his bed in the past in a letter that he's written that prosecutors were under attack that they were looking for different peccadillos of prosecutors that could be exposed so it seems from the outside that prosecutors just wanted to get this deal done the US attorney's office now says well many of the victims in the case received a settlement from I've seen they didn't have to pay for their attorneys and you know I guess the US attorney's office thought it was okay that Mister Eckstine pleaded guilty to two state charges and ended up serving a year in jail and as you said that jail time was pretty laughable I mean he's in the private wing of the county jail and most of that time was spent on work release so it really is a miscarriage of justice that deal also shielded any co conspirators who may have helped arrange the girls coming to his places a lot of people are kind of sweat it right now because of these new charges who knows if they could be connected to all this all

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"On the hour real news real reporting I'm Sam lets sing a long lines of New Orleans International Airport as people try to flee tropical storm Barry is maintaining its strength as it moves toward Louisiana or threatens to bring heavy rains and flooding it's expected to make landfall early tomorrow as a hurricane Joel pentyl sheriff of Jefferson parish is asking people to please make plans now because time is running out we axis is stay off the streets are first responders are here to respond to emergencies the slow moving storm was prompting fears of flooding in New Orleans and surrounding areas Mississippi has already declared a state of emergency the reaction from house speaker Nancy Pelosi to news that labor secretary Alexander Acosta has resigned thank god he's gone the cost to quit over his handling of a two thousand eight secret plea deal with wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein who's accused of sexually abusing underage girls it would be self pay for me to stay in this day and continue talking about a case of twelve years old rather than about the amazing economy we have right now submitted my resignation to the president effective seven days from today the cost is resignation extends a record level of turnover at the highest levels of the trump administration with acting secretary that several key departments federal prosecutors are bringing even more charges in the case against Jeffrey obscene CBS news correspondent Paul reed tonight prosecutors arguing that I've seen should be denied bail they're accusing him of witness tampering alleging that late last year he wired three hundred and fifty thousand dollars to two people who were close to him around the time he was allegedly abusing these young women these people could have been witnesses against him prosecutors also point to his vast wealth and they argue that Mr I've seen is a man with all that means any.

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Toward Louisiana were threatens to bring heavy rains and flooding it's expected to make landfall early tomorrow as a hurricane dual panel sheriff of Jefferson parish is asking people to please make plans now because time is running out we axis is stay off the streets our first responders are here to respond to emergencies the slow moving storms prompting fears of flooding in New Orleans and surrounding areas Mississippi is already declared a state of emergency the reaction from house speaker Nancy Pelosi to news that labor secretary Alexander Acosta has resigned thank god he's gone the cost to quit over his handling of a two thousand eight secret plea deal with wealthy financier Jeffrey abstain who's accused of sexually abusing underage girls it would be self pay for me to stay in this continue talking about it Walters all rather than about the amazing economy we have right now made my resignation to the president seven days from today because his resignation extends a record level of turnover at the highest levels of the trump administration with acting secretary that several key departments federal prosecutors are bringing even more charges in the case against Jeffrey obscene CBS news correspondent Paul reed tonight prosecutors arguing that I've seen should be denied bail they're accusing him of witness tampering alleging that late last year he wired three hundred and fifty thousand dollars to two people who were close to him around the time he was allegedly abusing these young women these people could have been witnesses against him prosecutors also point to his vast wealth and they argue that Mr I've seen is a man with all that means any.

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Mary is maintaining its strength as it moves toward Louisiana or threatens to bring heavy rains and flooding it's expected to make landfall early tomorrow as a hurricane Joel petals sheriff of Jefferson parish is asking people to please make plans now because time is running out we axis is stay off the streets our first responders are here to respond to emergencies the slow moving storms prompting fears of flooding in New Orleans and surrounding areas Mississippi is already declared a state of emergency the reaction from house speaker Nancy Pelosi to news that labor secretary Alexander Acosta has resigned thank god he's gone the cost to quit over his handling of a two thousand eight secret plea deal with wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein who's accused of sexually abusing under age girls it would be self pay for me to stay in this day can you talking about a case of twelve years old rather than about the amazing economy we have right now and so I submitted my resignation to the president effective seven days from today the cost is resignation extends a record level of turnover at the highest levels of the trump administration with acting secretary that several key departments federal prosecutors are bringing even more charges in the case against Jeffrey obscene CBS news correspondent Paul reed tonight prosecutors arguing that I've seen should be denied bail they're accusing him of witness tampering alleging that late last year he wired to three hundred and fifty thousand dollars to two people who were close to him around the time he was allegedly abusing these young women these people could have been witnesses against him prosecutors also point to his vast wealth and they argue that Mr I've seen is a man with all the means and.

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"O'clock please CBS news on the hour real news real reporting I'm Sam what's your last minute rush in New Orleans to get things done ahead of tropical storm Barry it's expected to slam ashore tomorrow is a hurricane heavy rain and flooding of the big concerns him crystalline Orleans tropical storm very slow movement well done tremendous amounts of rain Louisiana governor John bill led works really have to be extremely prepared for a very major a rain event across much of Louisiana the Mississippi River continues at major flood stage that's never happened don record during hurricane season Jim chrysalis CBS news New Orleans president trump's is labor secretary Alexander Acosta jumped and wasn't pushed across his resigning after criticism about his handling of a secret two thousand eight plea deal with multi millionaire Jeffrey apps teen who's accused of sexually abusing girls CBS news correspondent Stephen Portnoy Alex Acosta says he's continued service would be a distraction given lingering questions about his handling of the Jeffrey abstain case more than a decade ago it would be selfish for me to stay in this position can you talking about a case of twelve years old in two thousand seven accounts to privately met with abstains high powered attorney and agreed not to pursue federal sex trafficking charges this week he described a guilty plea in state court as a safe play and a federal trial as a roll of the dice Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House CBS is because one camera McCormick says Turkey has begun taking delivery of an advanced Russian missile defense system which is making the Pentagon very happy military officials consider the Russian missile defense system to be a threat to the F. thirty five fighter jet and the US is worn Turkey that it can't have both acting defense secretary mark asper says that position hasn't changed the US has stopped training Turkish pilots to fly them the U. S. good also.

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Acosta is out as U.S. labor secretary

WBBM Evening News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Acosta is out as U.S. labor secretary

"Orleans president trump's is labor secretary Alexander Acosta jumped and wasn't pushed across his resigning after criticism about his handling of secret two thousand eight plea deal with multi millionaire Jeffrey apps teen who's accused of sexually abusing girls US news correspondents even Portnoy Alex Acosta says he's continued service would be a distraction given lingering questions about his handling of the Jeffrey abstain case more than a decade ago it would be self pay for me to stay in this position and continue talking about it eight to twelve years old in two thousand seven a constant privately met with abstains high powered attorney and agreed not to pursue federal sex trafficking charges this week he described a guilty plea in state court as a safe play and a federal trial as a roll of the dice Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KCBS All News

"On the hour real news real reporting I'm Sam what's your last minute rush in New Orleans to get things done ahead of tropical storm Barry it's expected to slam ashore tomorrow is a hurricane heavy rain and flooding of the big concerns him crystal in New Orleans tropical storm very slow movement well done tremendous amounts of rain Louisiana governor John bel Edwards we really have to be extremely prepared for a very major a rain event across much of Louisiana the Mississippi River continues at major flood stage that should never happen don record during hurricane season Jim chrysalis CBS news New Orleans president trump's is labor secretary Alexander Acosta jumped and wasn't pushed across his resigning after criticism about his handling of secret two thousand eight plea deal with multi millionaire Jeffrey apps teen who's accused of sexually abusing girls US news correspondents even Portnoy Alex Acosta says he's continued service would be a distraction given lingering questions about his handling of the Jeffrey abstain case more than a decade ago it would be self pay for me to stay in this position can you talking about a case of twelve years old in two thousand seven Acosta privately met with abstains high powered attorney and agreed not to pursue federal sex trafficking charges this week he described a guilty plea in state court as a safe play and a federal trial as a roll of the dice Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House CBS's course one camera McCormick says Turkey has begun taking delivery of an advanced Russian missile defense system which is making the Pentagon very happy military officials consider the Russian missile defense system to be a threat to the F. thirty five fighter jet and the US has warned Turkey that it can't have both acting defense secretary mark asper says that position hasn't changed the US has stopped training Turkish pilots to fly them the U. S. good also.

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Last minute rush in New Orleans to get things done ahead of tropical storm Barry it's expected to slam ashore tomorrow is a hurricane heavy rain and flooding of the big concerns crystal in New Orleans tropical storm very slow movement well done tremendous amounts of rain Louisiana governor John bill led works we really have to be extremely prepared for a very major a rain event across much of Louisiana the Mississippi River continues at major flood stage that's never happened don record during hurricane season Jim chrysalis CBS news New Orleans president trump's is labor secretary Alexander Acosta jumped and wasn't pushed across his resigning after criticism about his handling of secret two thousand eight plea deal with multi millionaire Jeffrey apps teen who's accused of sexually abusing girls this course was the important one Alex Acosta says he's continued service would be a distraction given lingering questions about his handling of the Jeffrey Epstein case more than a decade ago it would be self pay for me to stay in this position can you talking about a case of twelve years old in two thousand seven Acosta privately met with abstains high powered attorney and agreed not to pursue federal sex trafficking charges this week he described a guilty plea in state court as a safe play and a federal trial as a roll of the dice Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House CBS is because one camera McCormick says Turkey has begun taking delivery of an advanced Russian missile defense system which is making the Pentagon very happy military officials consider the Russian missile defense system to be a threat to the F. thirty five fighter jet and the US is worn Turkey that it can't have both acting defense secretary mark asper says that position hasn't changed the US has stopped training Turkish pilots to fly them the U. S. good also.

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KOMO

"Eye on these stories with bill o'neill of the editor's desk I'm Tom Hudler labor secretary Alexander Acosta resigning amid scrutiny of his handling of a secret plea deal with a financier accused of sexually abusing underage girls president Donald Trump announcing the news with a cost about his side said he had not after the resignation Acosta was the US attorney in Miami when he oversaw a two thousand eight non prosecution agreement with Jeffrey apps dean who had counted trump and former president Bill Clinton among his powerful friends of Allah Terry evacuation called for Louisiana parish near tropical storm berries expected landfall Saturday St Mary parish president David Hank arrest says many people have already left areas below the Intracoastal Waterway were a voluntary evacuation was called Thursday he says today's voluntary eve act was called after the storm's predicted course shifted a bit west putting the parish on the storm's Arany eastern side an earthquake rattled many people like this morning in the Puget Sound area the magnitude four point six quake hitting just before three AM couple for news photographer Peter modulo felt it I don't know if the quake woke me up poor I was awake to slightly before the earthquake I live on the top floor of my house and the best description I can say is that my washing machine with usually a bad spin cycle it was walking pretty good and I don't know initially what it was but as soon as I figure out earthquake my first thought would make my daughter's down the hall and by the time I got up to think about all this is an earthquake earthquake was over and again I live just about maybe five miles as the crow flies to without the center was **** and am in row once again call news photographer Peter modular describing this morning's quake as shocking as it may be far left Democrats in our country by determined to conceal the number of illegal aliens in our midst president trump reading a statement in the rose garden late yesterday in which an ounce he wouldn't to continue to pursue a citizenship question on the next U. S. census with the latest on this story and whether the White House as an alternative plan I'm joined by A. B. C. Serena Marshall in Washington hello Sir hi Tom so what was the opposition to the question in the first place and who was opposing it well the opposition stems from the fact that the sentence is it mandated by the constitution to count every individual in the United States at every ten years now at the White House said this has been done historically that's actually not factually incorrect they've never in the history in a state at every single citizen but their citizenship wide there every single it'll individual who's been given insensitive treatment what their citizenship what now opponents are saying it by adding this question here would actually get an inaccurate reading of the number of people living in the United States because it's going to scare people from answering at and getting an accurate reading will impact how not just commercial district are assigned but also how federal funding is sold out this went to the court and the court ruled at the Supreme Court ruled that the administration's reasoning for needing to add this question was contrived they said they needed to enforce the voting rights act so they were shot down the president now saying they're not backing away from the spider just going about it a different way but how much really interesting about this is though and the executive order the president announced yesterday it's something that they could have done back in two thousand eighteen it was actually how the census bureau recommended the administration get the information that they want not to buy and then the question of the citizenship not by adding the question of citizenship to the center but instead using administrative record is actually something that some agencies have already been working with the senator on doing including in the department of homeland security which had started working with them more than a month ago on this problem C. B. C. Serena Marshall thanks reticle is to eleven twenty five for the propellants are its business update a look at your money news so many bargains where do you draw the line A. B..

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News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta announces resignation

"Labor secretary Alexander Acosta resigning amid scrutiny of his handling of a secret plea deal with a financier accused of sexually abusing underage girls president Donald Trump announcing the news with a cost about his side said he had not after the resignation Acosta was the US attorney in Miami when he oversaw a two thousand eight non prosecution agreement with Jeffrey apps dean who had counted trump and former president Bill Clinton among his powerful

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Alexander Acosta, US Attorney And Miami discussed on WBBM Late Morning News

WBBM Late Morning News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Alexander Acosta, US Attorney And Miami discussed on WBBM Late Morning News

"This hour labor secretary Alexander Acosta is resigning amid scrutiny of his handling of a secret plea deal with a financier accused of sexually abusing underage girls Acosta was the US attorney in Miami when he oversaw two thousand eight non prosecution agreement with

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Home of the immuno whether Lucien learn more and I'm you know revolution dot org all news and all that matters to you in battle US labor secretary Alex Acosta has resigned effective next Friday her young son did damage I did it in a tropical storm Barry has its sights on Louisiana could make landfall later today or tomorrow severe flooding is expected in sports Phillies kick off a series with the nationals tonight it's cloudy in seventy eight we're heading up to eighty nine good morning I'm Lynn ads our top story at ten thirty one breaking news on KYW newsradio trump says labor secretary Alexander Acosta is stepping down it comes after criticism of his handling of the Jeffrey esteem case the president made the announcement to reporters this morning outside the White House Alex called me this morning and he wanted to see me and I I actually said well we have the press right out here so perhaps you just want to say to the press but I just wanna let you know this was him not me because I'm with them he was a wizard tremendous talent is a Hispanic man he went to Harvard a great student add in so many ways I just hate what he's saying now because we're going to miss him at a news conference yesterday accosted defended his role as U. S. attorney in Miami to broker a twenty a plea deal with that steam but again today Acosta.

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Wants to take us to war with Iran they must get authorization from Congress the United States hopes to enlist allies over the next two weeks or so in a military coalition to safeguard strategic waters off Iran and Yemen battle labor secretary Alexander Acosta is giving a broader defense of a controversial plea agreement that he helped arrange while a federal prosecutor in a Florida sex abuse case eleven years ago the case involved politically connected financier Jeffrey Epstein earlier this week was it with federal charges in New York related to sex trafficking of minors Mr Acosta yesterday argued that his offices intervention in the case in short that Mr up steam got a tougher sentence and he's hoping the current charges in New York put him away that seems actions absolutely deserve a stiffer sentence there are calls for Mr Acosta to resign the federal non prosecution agreement resulted in jail time for Mr abstain and required him to register as a sex offender but critics say the deal was too lenient and was improperly kept secret from victims in fact the Miami Herald investigation found Mister Epstein served his sentence in a private wing of a county facility that he was permitted to leave for up to twelve hours a day six days a week it's eleven minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news.

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Alex Acosta defends role in Epstein sexual abuse scandal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Alex Acosta defends role in Epstein sexual abuse scandal

"Embattled labor secretary Alexander Acosta his giving a broader defense of a controversial plea agreement he helped arrange while a federal prosecutor in a Florida sex abuse case about eleven years ago the case involved financier Jeffrey Epstein who earlier this week was it with federal charges in New York related to sex trafficking of minors Mr Acosta yesterday argued that his offices intervention in the case ensure that the politically connected Mister Epstein got a tougher sentence and he's pleased with the charges in New York bad man and then he needs to be put away lawmakers from both parties on Capitol Hill urging the justice department to share findings from its current probe into the plea deal the federal non prosecution agreement resulted in jail time for Mr abstain and required him to register as a sex offender but critics say the deal was too lenient and was improperly kept secret from victims a Miami Herald investigation found Mister Epstein served his sentence in a private wing of a county facility he was permitted to leave it for up to twelve hours a day six days a

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Let's just make this go away. I WANNA play this clip. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is one of several lawmakers pressuring Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta to step down to leave his post because of his handling of the Epstein case. I am calling on Secretary Acosta to resign. It is now impossible for anyone to have confidence in secretary Costa's ability to lead the Department of Labor L. E. Hoenig Epstein will not get off so easy this time what could be his sentence if convicted he's he's looking at a at least a decade behind bars. I think conservatively if you if you sort of run through the federal sentencing calculation which I won't do but he's got an interesting position to make Epstein. He's really got three choices one. He can go to trial but the vast majority of federal defendants get convicted at trial looking looking at the indictment that came out it looks to me like a fairly strong indictment I and if he goes to trial and gets convicted he won't get out from jail. Probably in his remaining lifetime number two is he can try to plead guilty without cooperating but if I'm back in in my old seat in the southern urban district I'm not willing to give this guy any kind of break. I'm not even thinking about anything below. The double digits at least on a plea deal and thirty can try to cooperate now. That's where things get interesting if he tried to cooperate because if you cooperate as the federal defendant in the Southern District of New York you have to give up everything you know about yourself and everybody else name names now as he willing to do that if he does. That's his best chance by far of getting a lower sentence but be is the seventh district interested in cooperating. I've cooperated some really bad guys cooperated murderers I've done trials based on cooperators were murders but but boy a serial child Molester and child sex trafficker is a different story. I I'd have second and third and fourth thoughts about cooperating him. If I was there let me get a compelled college. Oh yes Julie please. I just want to interject on that on an important point. The unit that is handling this case is the public corruption unit on this which is really raised a lot of eyebrows on here and what what could could be happening and I certainly am not on the inside but but knowing the case and how it worked out in the way that Epstein was pressuring these prosecutors in fact he hired one of them to work for him and my understanding is that he hired ah he dangled a lot of things before these prosecutors so and that combined with the fact that you know that that other woman came out this morning on the today show more victims are going to be coming forward. There's going to be an awful whole lot of pressure to figure out that whether any of these prosecutors had any kind of quid pro quo involved in going along with disagreement. I'm not saying that there was but there was some very there was a number of complaints filed against these prosecutors during the course of this case. I WANNA get a listener in here. Noreen from Newton Massachusetts Hi Noreen if you could be brief welcome to the program. Oh thank you hi. I just wanted to say that I see a parallel here between these child victims and professor Blah's before it and how her case was dismissed and how the senators did really not know the brain science and what happens when children are abused especially and why they don't report because this is the kind of treatment treatment they get. They're not really protected or can't be assured of protection and the Criminal Justice System Noreen. Thank you very much <hes> Julie Brown..

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm tensing of a guy also on the show is the U. S. women's soccer team celebrates their fourth World Cup victory with the ticker tape parade in New York City the issue of pay inequity looms large and one journalist gives her personal account of dealing with failures in the U. S. adoption system and we've been hearing from you most of my friends have tried and had terrible experiences in several of them have actually ended up pulling out after experiencing some pretty trauma I think we will be right back after these headlines live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi saying the secretary of labor is breaking his silence about his handling of a plea deal years ago that spirit financier Jeffrey abstain the possibility of a life sentence for allegedly assaulting dozens of underage girls secretary Alexander Acosta says he and other prosecutors involved in the Florida case against have seen over ten years ago we're faced with a complicated and difficult decision to insure absence certainly some jail time rather than possibly none at all based on the evidence I've seen ended up serving thirteen months in county jail was allowed to go to his office during the day speaking to reporters moments ago Acosta says he's glad new York's now sweet seeking to prosecute obscene on you sex trafficking charges times have changed and coverage of this case has certainly changed since that article facts are important and fax but being overlooked this matter started as a state matter was prosecuted initially by the state of Florida and not by the US attorney's office have seen pleaded not guilty this week to the new sex trafficking charges involving teenage girls the justice department says a new team of attorneys is working on lawsuits to defend the administration's push to get a citizenship question on the twenty twenty census and peers on Zillow one reports a federal judge Maryland's weighing whether to allow lawyers who've been working on the cases for months to leave the case exactly why the trump administration wants to switch out every single career justice department attorney who had been defending efforts to add the question is this person a citizen of United States some former DOJ attorneys say the movie is highly unusual especially since the legal battle shows no signs of ending soon it's just as far as new team is not from the office that usually handles cases involving the census bureau instead includes the new head of the department's consumer protection branch for lawsuits over the question based in New York U. S. district judge Jesse Berman rejected requests for most of the government's attorneys to withdraw because it did not follow a local court rule that requires an explanation for leaving a case until one NPR news New York the British ambassador to the United States is resigning after coming under heavy criticism from president trump we have more from NPR's Michele Kelemen Sir Kim Derek says the leak of official embassy documents made it impossible for him to do its job so he says he's resigning from his post which was due to last until the end of this year in those leaked cables he describes the trump administration as inept president trump issued a series of tweets calling Derek a very stupid guy and saying his administration will deal with them the ambassador was disinvited do a dinner in Washington this week with the emir of Qatar and the commerce department called off the meeting he was due to attend along with the U. K. trade minister the department says it will reschedule Michele Kelemen NPR news the state department the Dow Jones industrial average is up sixty points to twenty six thousand eight hundred fifty two this is N. P. we are from KQED news I'm Brian white leaders of what what is Marin county's Dixie school district have voted to change its name to Miller creek elementary school district the trustees of the one hundred fifty year old San Rafael district voted yesterday to change the name prompted by critics who link the former name to the confederacy and slavery opponents of the name change say it amounted to political correctness run amok districts leaders also voted to change the name of Dixie elementary to Lucas valley elementary school district officials say they will now work on changing the names on the district's signs buses website and logos state lawmakers have moved a bill to the governor's desk that could help college students who can't afford enough to eat KQED is Julia McEvoy reports working parents former foster youth those who served in the military these are among the students at higher risk of skipping meals to pay for books and fees the legislation would help more low income students by streamlining the application process to cow fresh killing gauge works at Laney college she helps students access benefits through the county and she says students with a lot of time running back and forth to provide documentation something the bill would address it a little bit issue when it comes to food on the campuses this lot of students who are hungry just wanna students who are homeless and a lot of students who are parents are part of family is the bill is another step in the states attempted to deal with food and security on campus many campuses have already opened up food pantries I'm Julia McEvoy KQED news there's more at KQED news dot org thank you for listening I'm Brian what thank.

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Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta Defends Handling of Epstein Case

WSJ What's News

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta Defends Handling of Epstein Case

"This week federal prosecutors in new york charged the hedge fund manager jeffrey epstein with two counts related to sex trafficking of minors although he's pled not guilty now labor secretary alexander acosta's defending how he handled mr epsteins case ten years ago when he was the uss attorney in miami back then mr costa struck a deal with mr epstein the critics now have said was too lenient democrats are calling for his resignation on twitter mr costa's said quote with evidence available more than a decade ago federal prosecutors insisted that epstein go to jail register as a sex offender end put the world on notice that he was a sexual predator mr costa's said he supported the fresh effort by prosecutors to quote more fully bring him to

Trump defends Acosta over handling of Epstein case

NPR News Now

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Trump defends Acosta over handling of Epstein case

"News in washington i'm lakshmi singh resident trump is defending labor secretary alexander acosta who is now under scrutiny for how he handled the plea deal involving an accused child molester over a decade ago in florida 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 the look at it very carefully what 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 gonna look at a very carefully acosta was a federal prosecutor in miami years ago when he oversaw an agreement that allowed wealthy finance here jeffrey epstein to be spared more serious charges involving alleged sex with underage girls he pleaded guilty to a lesser state charges served thirteen months in county jail in order to register as a sex offender all the while i've seen was also allowed to maintain his jet setting lifestyle this week federal authorities in new york announce new sex trafficking charges against epstein who is arrested over the weekend after he arrived in new york from paris on his private jet a federal appeals

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Labor secretary Alexander Acosta facing calls to resign over his rolling Jeffrey of Steens sex crimes case more coming up from C. B. S. news WBBM support this is day Kerner baseball's all star game tonight in Cleveland it's eighty four degrees in Chicago land now C. B. S. news it's two o'clock CBS news on the hour real news real reporting I'm Pam Coulter president trump is distancing himself from sex crimes defended Jeffrey Epstein while praising his labor secretary was involved with the secret plea deal with FC in a decade ago CBS is Stephen Portnoy reports president says he feels badly for Alex Acosta for two and a half years he's been kissed and excellent secretary of labor Mr trump shrugs off concerns that is a U. S. attorney a constante offered a plea agreement that saw Jeffrey up steam serving no time in federal prison I do hear that there were a lot of people involved in that decision not just him asked what he thinks of his old friend abstain whom he once called a terrific guy the president says they had a falling out I don't think I've spoken to him for fifteen years I wasn't a fan Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House Texas billionaire and two time independent presidential candidate H. Ross Perot has died after a battle with leukemia I have lived the American dream I came from very modest backgrounds nobody's been luckier than I've been for who was eighty nine received nineteen percent of the vote in nineteen ninety two the university of Virginia's Larry Sabah tell explains Perot's appeal to voters there were an awful lot of people back then as there are today who say they want politicians to speak directly to them and forthrightly to them and tell them the way it is but they also want as I suggested simplistic solutions to complicated problems Perot gave them that after embarrassing leaked cables calling president trump inept British ambassador Kim Derek was on invited to a dinner with the president CBS has been Tracy has more on the diplomatic rift between the US and UK the U. K. says its ambassadors are supposed to be candid that they're supposed to send their thoughts back to British officials but the content of these leaked memos is painfully blunt in one of them a **** came Derek rights we don't really believe trumps admin she is going to become substantially more normal less dysfunctional ways diplomatically clumsy and inept in another he says president trump radiates in security an investigation is underway into the death of the Indian a toddler who fell from a royal Caribbean cruise ship in port a Rico family attorney Michael Winkelman says the grandfather had held the child up to a glass pane that should have been securely closed did you ever in a kids play area put windows that passengers can open I mean we've all had that experience or someone walks into a glass sliding door thinking it's not there this is the inverse of that it was reasonable for Sam the grandfather to think that this was all glass on Wall Street the Dow was down sixty points nasdaq up thirty five this is CBS news did you.

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Trump praises Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta amid calls for him to resign

WBZ Midday News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Trump praises Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta amid calls for him to resign

"Top Democrats are calling for labor secretary Alexander Kostin to resign for his role years ago when he was an attorney and hoping to get Epstein a lighter sentence for two felony prostitution charges in the state of Florida with more on this here's ABC's Karen Travers president trump defended his labor secretary Alex Acosta amid growing calls from Democrats for constant to resign or be fired because it was the US attorney in Florida more than a decade ago when Jeffrey abstain cut a secret deal to avoid federal prosecution the president spoke to reporters in the oval office on Tuesday I do hear that there are a lot of people involved in that decision not just him I can only say this from what I know and what I do know is that he's been a great really great

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House Speaker Pelosi calls for Acosta to resign over Epstein deal

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

House Speaker Pelosi calls for Acosta to resign over Epstein deal

"Weekend house speaker Nancy Pelosi says labor secretary Alexander Acosta needs to resign this comes after billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein was indicted yesterday on charges of sex trafficking under age girls and conspiracy years ago in Florida Acosta struck what many complain was a sweetheart deal with abstain that sentenced him to just over a year in jail and required him to register as a sex

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The late all cities Minneapolis to seventy federal prosecutors try again Lisa Brady fox news new charges just announced against Jeffrey abstain hedge fund manager accused again of sexually abusing underage girls dozens of them some as young as fourteen boxes Evan brown more live in LA said new federal charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy are filed in New York state against Jeffrey abstain but they are directly related to charges he once faced in a Florida federal court in two thousand eight and while the charged conduct this from a number of years ago it is still profoundly important to the many alleged victims now young women they deserve their day in court federal prosecutor Jeffrey Berman eleven years ago and Steen was accused of recruiting under age girls for sex the case was eventually disposed with a sealed no prosecution agreement that seal has been lifted Lisa thanks seven will the current labor secretary Alexander Acosta who was involved in that plea deal as a prosecutor at the time has argued it was a way to ensure some punishment about Steen who had to register as a sex offender and serve more than a year in prison but most days was allowed out for work fresh eyes on the census fight boxes racial Sutherland to live in Washington Lisa the trump administration has a new team of lawyers working data citizenship question he even after the US Supreme Court said the fight back down to the lower courts and the forms are being printed one idea under consideration president trump issuing an executive order that move is likely to be challenged in court a justice department official says a new legal team is made up of career lawyers in political appointees opponents of the citizenship question say some may refuse to fill out the form skewing the head count and affecting congressional districts Lisa thanks Rachel a selloff on Wall Street the Dow is down one hundred.

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Federal prosecutors try again Lisa Brady fox news new charges just announced against Jeffrey abstain hedge fund manager accused again of sexually abusing underage girls dozens of them some as young as fourteen boxes Evan brown more live in LA said new federal charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy are filed in New York state against Jeffrey abstain but they are directly related to charges he once faced in a Florida federal court in two thousand eight and while the charged conduct this from a number of years ago it is still profoundly important to the many alleged victims now young women they deserve their day in court federal prosecutor Jeffrey Berman eleven years ago abstain was accused of recruiting under age girls for sex the case was eventually disposed with a sealed no prosecution agreement that seal has been lifted Lisa thanks seven will the current labor secretary Alexander Acosta who was involved in that plea deal as a prosecutor at the time has argued it was a way to ensure some punishment of abstain who had to register as a sex offender and serve more than a year in prison but most days was allowed out for work fresh eyes on the census fight boxes racial Sutherland live in Washington Lisa the trump administration has a new team of lawyers working data citizenship question he even after the US Supreme Court said the fight back down to the lower courts and the forms are being printed one idea under consideration president trump issuing an executive order that move is likely to be challenged in court a justice department official says a new legal team is made up of career lawyers and political appointees opponents of the citizenship question say some may refuse to fill out the form skewing the head count and affecting congressional districts Lisa thanks Rachel a selloff on Wall Street the Dow is down one.

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Seven FM federal prosecutors try again Lisa Brady fox news new charges just announced against Jeffrey abstain hedge fund manager accused again of sexually abusing underage girls dozens of them some as young as fourteen boxes Evan brown more live in LA said new federal charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy are filed in New York state against Jeffrey abstain but they are directly related to charges he once faced in a Florida federal court in two thousand eight and while the charged conduct is from a number of years ago it is still profoundly important to the men in the alleged victims now young women they deserve their day in court federal prosecutor Jeffrey Berman eleven years ago and Steen was accused of recruiting under age girls for sex the case was eventually disposed with a sealed no prosecution agreement that seal has been lifted Lisa thanks seven will the current labor secretary Alexander Acosta who was involved in that plea deal as a prosecutor at the time has argued it was a way to ensure some punishment of F. Steen who had to register as a sex offender and serve more than a year in prison but most days was allowed out for work fresh eyes on the census fight boxes racial Sutherland's live in Washington Lisa the trump administration has a new team of lawyers working data citizenship question he even after the US Supreme Court said the fight back down to the lower courts and the forms are being printed one idea under consideration president trump issuing an executive order that move is likely to be challenged in court a justice department official says a new legal team is made up of career lawyers in political appointees opponents of the citizenship question say some may refuse to fill out the form skewing the head count in affecting congressional districts Lisa thanks Rachel a selloff on Wall Street the Dow is down one.

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"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"labor secretary alexander acosta" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"District of New York come more than a decade after abstains legal team struck a secret deal with federal prosecutors in Florida who allowed him to plead guilty to lesser sex charges in state court he served just thirteen months in a county jail and was granted work release that non prosecution agreement was arranged by abstains legal team and current labor secretary Alexander Acosta who served as US attorney for the Southern District of Florida at the time abstains victims were kept in the dark and could not object again is expected to appear in court tomorrow for the migrants who were filled this past week in Libya get players from the pole good evening the Israelis Francis on Sunday prayed for the victims of an air attack this week that struck a detention center for migrants in Libya killing more than fifty and injuring dozens of others he said the international community cannot tolerate such grave incidents he called for humanitarian corridors to help rescue migrants in a concerted an extensive way Sabina castle Franco CBS news Rome senator Kamelot Harris says that she applauds Joe Biden's apology but id stop short of absolving him of all is past remarks on issues of race what sorry I'm gonna take him at his word but again that doesn't address the issue of busing in America and the fact that he's still a you know we have to we cannot rewrite history about what segregationist were doing at that time on a number of issues including opposing bus Harris a Democrat from California said they will just have to agree to disagree on the subject of buses meantime democratic senator Chris Coons of Delaware defended civil rights record of his former and friend and Senate colleague Joe Biden ten thirty eight.

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Jeffrey Epstein arrested on sex trafficking charges

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Jeffrey Epstein arrested on sex trafficking charges

"A two thousand a plea agreement by former Miami US attorney and now labor secretary Alexander Acosta with billion or Jeffrey Epstein is not stopping federal prosecutors in New York from filing new sex trafficking charges with underage victims abstinence under arrest as the charges stemmed from incidents between two thousand two and two thousand five under the original agreement esteem pleaded guilty to state charges for a thirteen month prison sentence ending a broader federal investigation were victims were not told their cases would no longer be

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Jeffrey Epstein arrested on charges related to sex trafficking

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Jeffrey Epstein arrested on charges related to sex trafficking

"Oh two billion Erin convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is now under arrest in a sex trafficking case eighty took him into custody in the city yesterday I've seen previously evaded similar charges when he got a deal with federal prosecutors in Miami these are new charges involving alleged sex trafficking crimes committed between two thousand two and two thousand five in November the Miami Herald reported that one labor secretary Alexander Acosta as a U. S. attorney in Florida he gave that scene the deal of a lifetime the Herald explained that Acosta had brokered a deal for the boarded major repercussions for abstain even though a federal investigation have identified thirty six underage victims I'm Evan painting and legal analyst royal Oakes as abstains famous friends may not helping this time in this case guilt by association is an equal opportunity affair in the past I've seen is been linked with Bill Clinton and Donald Trump but friends in high places don't seem to be helping him now if you say sing a long prison term for sex trafficking he'll be politically radioactive steam due in Manhattan federal court tomorrow no comment so far from his

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