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Jeffrey Epstein visited the White House as Bill Clinton was president more than a dozen times: Report

Source: MEGA

Dec. 2 2021, Published 5:10 p.m. ET

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Known pedophile Jeffrey Epstein visited the White House more than a dozen times in the early years of Bill Clinton’s presidency, according to a report.

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The Daily Mail reported, using White House visitor logs, that Epstein visited Clinton 17 times in the early years of his term. The first one happened in 1993, soon after the Democratic president was inaugurated. The pedophile showed up on 14 separate days, the Daily Mail noted.

There were even three times where Epstein made multiple visits in the same day, the Daily Mail reported.

The Daily Mail did not detail who exactly Epstein met with during the meetings or what was discussed.

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The news comes as Epstein’s mistress Ghislaine Maxwell starts her trial in Manhattan federal court. She has been charged in connection to human trafficking and sex abuse. Allegations include her participating in the alleged abuse of children.

The trial is expected to last several weeks.

Ghislaine Maxwell

Epstein is a disgraced businessman who had ties to some of the most powerful people in the world, including royalty, politicians and tech moguls.

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Epstein was convicted in Florida for child-sex crimes. He served slightly more than a year in prison and was released. But he was allowed to travel to Manhattan and the U.S. Virgin Islands. It there, victims said more sexual assaults occurred.

Federal prosecutors also gave Epstein a sweetheart plea deal that shielded him from further charges. But, when media reports surfaced about the deal, it pushed Epstein back into the limelight, and he was charged in connection to human trafficking in 2019.

Epstein was being held at the federal detention center in Brooklyn, New York, when he committed suicide ahead of his trial. His death has sparked numerous conspiracy theories as some believe the acquaintances killed Epstein to stop him from talking about others who might have engaged in similar behaviors.


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