Former President Bill Clinton just can’t escape from his relationship with the notorious convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein who continues to haunt him from the grave.
Clinton has been dogged by his association with Epstein, who gained access to a collection of powerful men including politicians, business moguls, and even British royalty. These figures were lured into a spider’s web of blackmail over visits to his steamy Caribbean island and trips on his private plane, dubbed the Lolita Express.
Now, more damning evidence of Clinton’s friendship with Epstein has emerged after a British tabloid published pictures of the disgraced philanthropist sex trafficker and his madame schmoozing with Slick Willie while he was in the White House.
According to The Sun, the two were invited to the White House as VIP guests of the then-sitting president as attendees of a party thrown for high rollers who donated money for the refurbishment of the Oval Office in 1993 and who were given a personal tour of “Clinton’s residence and the East Room during a reception,” a glimpse at how early that Clinton became intertwined with Epstein.
In this one, Bill Clinton has that “I’m probably going to have you killed one day” look on his face. pic.twitter.com/yGlSqUAvdc— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) April 25, 2021
The Sun reports that “Records pulled from the William J Clinton Library and Museum, in Little Rock, Arkansas, show both Epstein and Maxwell’s names on the guest list. An A is placed next to their names, indicating they planned to attend.”
According to the Sun; A source said last night: “The photos show just how close Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein got to one of the most powerful men in the world — in the most powerful building.”
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