/Clinton’s White House welcomed Epstein, Maxwell as VIP guests, new photos show
Clinton’s White House welcomed Epstein, Maxwell as VIP guests, new photos show

Clinton’s White House welcomed Epstein, Maxwell as VIP guests, new photos show


Clinton’s White House welcomed Epstein, Maxwell as VIP guests, new photos show

By Jesse O’Neill | New York Post

Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein were once White House guests of former President Bill Clinton, new pictures prove.
The images were published by The Sun, days after Maxwell’s last court appearance on sex trafficking charges in Manhattan, related to her alleged procurement of underage rape victims for the convicted pedophile.
The disgusting duo were invited to the White House in 1993, after Epstein reportedly donated money to have the Oval Office refurbished.
They toured the East Room and the presidential residence during a reception, the paper reported.
The pictures expand the timeline of Clinton’s involvement with Epstein and Maxwell.
Prior to their surfacing, some of the oldest photos linking the trio were from 2002, Clinton was photographed aboard Epstein’s private jet along with Maxwell and one of the late billionaires’ rape accusers.
The former president also reportedly had a private dinner with Maxwell in 2014 — long after Epstein was convicted of child sex abuse.
Clinton has denied ever visiting Epstein’s private island in the Bahamas, but accuser Virginia Giuffre has claimed to be on the island at the same time as the ex-president.
A book released last year claims that Clinton had an affair with Maxwell.
Clinton has maintained he was unaware of any sexual misconduct in his dealings with the wealthy financier. Epstein has also socialized with Donald Trump before he was president and Prince Andrew — who Giuffre claims she was forced to have sex with.
Epstein, facing a slew of sex charges, was found fatally hanged in a Manhattan jail cell in August 2019.
The Florida mansion where he allegedly raped hundreds of girls and women was demolished last week.
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