Unsealed Epstein Documents Exonerate Trump, Disparage Bill Clinton

As much as leftists desire to bury former President Donald Trump in the ever-widening Jeffrey Epstein scandal, the facts simply do not support them. This week’s release of names linked to the deceased pedophile only exonerated the 2024 Republican presidential frontrunner.

Meanwhile, they cast a dark shadow across former President Bill Clinton.

As for Trump, the documents revealed testimony from Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre. She was pointedly asked about the financier’s relationship with Trump and gave clear and concise answers.

Giuffre said Epstein boasted of being friends with Trump. But she firmly asserted that she never observed the two together and did not recall seeing Trump at any locations frequented by Epstein.

She also flatly denied that Trump ever flirted with her.

That is a far cry from the documents’ description of Epstein’s relationship with Clinton. They describe the Democrat as “a key person” with close ties to both Epstein and his lover Ghislaine Maxwell.

They even included testimony from a witness who said Epstein told them that Clinton likes young girls.

Epstein accuser Johanna Sjoberg revealed during testimony in the Giuffre lawsuit against Maxwell that Clinton and Epstein shared a close relationship.

Questioned by Giuffre attorney Sigrid McCawley, Sjoberg remarked on the friendship between the former president and the financier. “I knew he had dealings with Bill Clinton. I did not know they were friends until I read the Vanity Fair article about them going to Africa together.”

McCawley asked if Epstein talked to her about Clinton. Sjoberg replied, “He said one time that Clinton likes them young, referring to girls.”

Another unveiled document revealed that Giuffre explained calling Clinton due to his “close personal relationship” with the deceased pedophile.

A spokesperson for the former president, Angel Urena, said that Clinton and Epstein did not share such a relationship.

However, Clinton’s FBI Director Louis Freeh was also named in Maxwell’s supplemental disclosures. He was described in documents as someone who was “likely to have discoverable information” concerning Bill Clinton’s travels.

As much as the left would like to paint Trump with Epstein’s horrific brush, it is clear that members of their own ranks have much to answer for. And this initial trove of court documents is only a first step — no one should take it for a final list of prominent Americans who likely committed evil acts.