WASHINGTON — Former Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump are mentioned in newly unsealed Jeffrey Epstein-related court documents, but they are not accused of any wrongdoing involving the disgraced sex trafficking financier.
Clinton, who sometimes flew aboard Epstein’s private plane, is listed repeatedly in the documents. He was the topic of an argument over the credibility of a witness who said she saw the former president when he was a guest of Epstein’s.
Trump’s name appears in a document in which Epstein is quoted as saying he would invite the then-real estate mogul to join him at a casino. In another document, a witness said she was never asked to engage in sexual relations with Trump.
Spokespeople for Clinton have said that he made trips to Europe, Asia and Africa on Epstein’s plane and that the former president had met with the financier in his Manhattan office in 2002.
Among the documents released Wednesday is the transcript of a 2016 deposition in which a second Epstein victim testified that Epstein “said one time that Clinton likes them young, referring to girls.” She didn’t elaborate.
Source: David Jackson and Aysha Bagchi, usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2024/01/03/jeffrey-epstein-list-clinton-trump/72086945007/