President Donald Trump just selected R. Alexander Acosta as his replacement pick for Secretary of Labor—after his first pick, Andrew Puzder, backed down after a tape of his wife alleging domestic abuse surfaced. Acosta, a Florida law school dean, has previously served as an assistant attorney general. Acosta's boosters say he has background of bipartisan support and is a very moderate pick for Trump. But after Puzder, unions and critics worry Acosta has not been fully vetted. What do you think?
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