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Unread 2019-07-12, 10:31   #1
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"Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta is stepping down after criticism over his role in a nonprosecution deal reached years ago with the well-connected businessman accused of sex crimes, Jeffrey Epstein.

Acosta appeared on Friday at the White House with President Trump and announced his resignation.

"I do not think it is fair for this administration's Labor Department to have Epstein as its focus rather than the incredible economy we have today," Acosta said. "The right thing was to step aside."

Acosta said his departure would be effective in one week.

Trump said Acosta had called him to convey his decision and the choice to step down had been Acosta's. The president praised Acosta as a "fantastic secretary of Labor" and "a tremendous talent. He's a Hispanic man; he went to Harvard." (More)
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Unread 2019-07-12, 11:17   #2
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Oh wow! A Hispanic man went to Harvard?

[Khonshu takes 15 seconds to confirm with Wikipedia that 12+% of Harvard is Hispanic]

Fucking racist.
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