Hillary Clinton's name appears in newly released Epstein documents

 January 9, 2024

Newsweek reported this week that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's name was mentioned in a batch of recently released documents regarding Jeffrey Epstein.

According to the magazine, "Clinton is briefly mentioned alongside her husband, former President Bill Clinton" in Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre's 2016 lawsuit against Ghislaine Maxwell.

Bill Clinton's name is mentioned multiple times in trove of documents

Maxwell was a longtime girlfriend of the disgraced finance mogul, and she was sentenced to twenty years behind bars in 2022 after being convicted on federal sex trafficking charges.

The former secretary of state's name shows up "in a single line" of requests issued by Giuffre's attorneys for "all communications with thirteen specific witnesses."

However, Newsweek noted that Mr. Clinton's name turned up multiple times in the documents, including a sworn deposition given by Johanna Sjöberg.

Sjöberg is among those who are alleged to have been recruited by Maxwell for sexual activity, and she said that Clinton "had dealings" with Epstein.

Epstein accuser says financier once told her that Clinton "likes them young"

"I did not know they were friends until I read the Vanity Fair article about them going to Africa together," Sjöberg was quoted as saying.

However, she did recall an incident in which Epstein talked about Clinton's sexual preferences, saying, "Clinton likes them young, referring to girls."

Meanwhile, Giuffre said during an interview with the Daily Mail in 2011 that she "only met Bill twice but Jeffrey told me they were good friends."

What's more, Fox News reported in 2016 that Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) flight logs show Mr. Clinton took at least 26 trips aboard Epstein's private jet, which was nicknamed the "Lolita Express."

This number included at least five flights in which the former president apparently chose to leave his Secret Service security detail behind.

Clinton spokesperson denies wrongdoing

Angel Urena is a spokesperson for the former president, and he was quoted as telling Newsweek that "nothing has changed" since an earlier statement regarding Mr. Clinton's relationship with Epstein was issued five years ago.

"President Clinton knows nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York," Urena said in 2019.

"He's not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade and has never been to Little St. James Island, Epstein's ranch in New Mexico, or his residence in Florida," the spokesperson went on to insist.

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