Trump stands by Acosta after Epstein indictment

Democrats on Capitol Hill are ramping up pressure on Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta to resign while Republicans are deferring to Trump.
0:34 | 07/10/19

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Transcript for Trump stands by Acosta after Epstein indictment
We want to get our senior congressional correspondent neighbors for more on this. Lots of calls for Democrat from Democrats for a custody go Republicans holding their fire for now. You've heard there aren't he's growing calls from Democrats that say that a cop to simply have to go over that previous plea deal that led to. That minimum sentence now course we have seen the president's standing by his labor secretary but he is leaving a window open to possibly. Changing his mind and gab certainly seen the president do that in the past. Now on the hill Democrats say that he just have to go while Republicans instead are demanding more information they say it decision about a Kostis future lies with the president.

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