Bill Clinton was on the plane with Epstein, the court papers tell
The former president denied it
Ghislaine Maxwell, the alleged madam of Epstein, confirms that former president of the United States was Bill Clinton on Jeffrey Epstein’s private plane, writes Newsweek. The news site relies on the legal documents that were released by a New York court on Thursday.
The 418-page file comes from a lawsuit Virginia Giuffre filed against Maxwell in 2015 for defamation. It contains an interrogation asking Maxwell about the allegations that she recruited girls for misdemeanor billionaire Epstein.
In Giuffre’s own testimony, she states that she saw Clinton on Epstein’s private island with two young girls. She heard Epstein say the former president owed him favors.
According to Maxwell, this was a flagrant lie by Virginia Giuffre, according to the documents. When asked whether she ‘flew with President Clinton in Jeffrey Epstein’s planes’, Maxwell replied: ‘I have flown, yes.” She was asked if it was right to describe Clinton and Epstein as friends. Maxwell replied, “I couldn’t characterize it that way, no.”
Then she is asked: “when you were on the plane with Jeffrey and President Clinton, did you see Jeffrey and [the name of the person in question has been crossed out into the document] talk?” Maxwell replied,” I’m sure they did.”Whether they seemed friendly about it, Maxwell can’t remember.
Clinton has always denied ever being on Epstein’s private island. In July, a spokesman of his told Newsweek that he’d never been to Little St. Louis. James has been.” “He hasn’t spoken to Epstein in at least a decade. Long before his terrible deeds came to light.” On the statements made in the documents now published, Clinton’s spokesmen have not responded, informs Newsweek.