There has long been speculation about the relationship between former president Bill Clinton and the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
Those rumors don’t appear likely to die out anytime soon, especially after Epstein’s former girlfriend and pimp, Ghislaine Maxwell, reflected on her “special friendship” with Clinton in a wide-ranging interview from jail.
Ghislaine Maxwell comments on Bill Clinton
Maxwell is serving 20 years in prison for her role in Epstein’s sex trafficking of underage girls, but many believe that the full truth about his crimes has been covered up in a conspiracy by Epstein’s associates.
The late pedophile traveled in a rarified circle of powerful people like Clinton and Prince Andrew — people who, according to Maxwell, have fallen victim to “cancel culture” because of their association with Epstein.
Speaking from jail in Florida, Maxwell told documentarian Daphne Barak that she used to be intimate friends with both men, adding she had “lots in common” with Clinton and that she “feels bad” for the ex-president.
“It was a special friendship, which continued over the years,” Maxwell said of her ties to Clinton.
“We had lots in common,” she continued. “I feel bad that he is another victim, only because of his association with Jeffrey. I understand that he, like others, can no longer consider me as a friend.”
Epstein’s “suspicious” death
Clinton is said to have visited Epstein’s “pedophile island” and is known to have traveled on Epstein’s notorious jet the “Lolita Express.” Epstein kept a bizarre painting of Clinton in a blue dress at his Manhattan townhouse.
Maxwell counts herself among those who continue to find Epstein’s death in a Manhattan jail three years ago “suspicious.” The death was officially ruled a suicide but led to theories Epstein was murdered by a cabal of evil, shadowy elites.
“So I’m saying he’s one among many. But I wouldn’t know. I just find it suspicious,” Maxwell said.
She also thanked former president Donald Trump for wishing her well after her arrest in 2020, saying she was “touched” by his public outreach.
“He dared, while others didn’t,” she said. “I was very touched that he would remember me and that he would wish me well. And I was very touched by his remembrance of me.”