Bill Clinton’s dirty little secret is out, as new reports have confirmed that the disgraced billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein visited his White House at least 17 times in the 1990s.
Daily Mail reported that Epstein visited Clinton’s White House for the first time just one month after his inauguration in January of 1993. Official logs show that Epstein went to Clinton’s White House on 14 separate days, making two visits in one day on three different occasions.
The records show that Epstein, who allegedly killed himself in August of 2019 in prison while awaiting trial on sex charges, was invited to the White House by some of Clinton’s most senior advisers and aides, including one who later became the Treasury Secretary. On most of Epstein’s visits, it’s explicitly stated that he went to the West Wing, meaning that he likely met with Clinton.
This doesn’t count the plane flights and other locations. FYI: Jeffrey Epstein visited Bill Clinton at the White House at least 17 times, visitor logs reveal | Daily Mail Online https://t.co/QLBpMbKN9w
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It was already known that Clinton flew on Epstein’s private jet, dubbed the “Lolita Express,” dozens of times after he left office. This latest revelation just puts new scrutiny on these two men’s friendship.
After Epstein’s alleged suicide, Clinton spoke out to claim that he knew “nothing about the terrible crimes” his friend carried out during his lifetime. However, Epstein’s visits to the White House occurred when his alleged former madam Ghislaine Maxwell has been accused of recruiting underage girls for sex with him.
Maxwell has been accused of acting as Epstein’s procurer between 1994 and 2004, during which time he was creating friendships with some of the most powerful men in the country.
“I invest in people – be it politics or science,” Epstein reportedly told his friends. “It’s what I do.”
She is currently on trial for recruiting these young girls for sex with Epstein and sometimes participating in the abuse herself. Insider reported that an accuser identified only by the pseudonym “Jane” testified that Epstein and Maxwell would often name-drop Clinton and other famous figures that they claimed to be friends with.
“They would sort of name-drop or sometimes put people on speakerphone whose voices I didn’t know and then say, ‘Oh, well, this was so-and-so and so-and-so,’ and would say that they were very well-connected and affluent,” the accuser said. “It made me feel slightly intimidated. It was overwhelming. I didn’t know how I was supposed to feel about it.”
Clinton has yet to comment on the latest revelation about his alleged friendship with Epstein.