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CLINTON & EPSTEIN’S SECRET WHITE HOUSE HUDDLES EXPOSED!

Perv’s 17 visits with the prez were buried deep

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AFTER more than a decade of denial, newly uncovered White House documents reveal President Bill Clinton and billionair­e pedophile Jeffrey Epstein were really thick as thieves!

Epstein, who was later convicted of sex with a 14-yearold, visited the White House 17 times during the horndog former president’s first term — sometimes twice in one day!

Explosive entries in hushhush White House visitor logs from 1993 to 1995 shockingly reveal the nowdecease­d perv, who hosted Clinton on his flying bordello the Lolita Express, was granted remarkable access to the West Wing’s highest echelons.

Epstein, who many believe gained his wealth by blackmaili­ng influentia­l men caught in his honey traps, schmoozed with the Clinton administra­tion’s most senior officials — including Robert Rubin, who would become treasury secretary — and mingled with the likes of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy at lavish White House bashes.

He’s also believed to have powwowed in the Oval Office with Clinton himself!

The former commander in chief has consistent­ly tried to minimize his contacts with the twisted sex trafficker, but Leon Wagener, author of four Clinton books, insists the ex-prez “has been lying about his associatio­n with Jeffrey Epstein from the very beginning.

“They bonded over sex, women and cash, traveled together and worked together on Clinton’s foundation. The logs are the proof!

“Jeffrey Epstein very clearly targeted Bill Clinton because he knew that he was a guy who liked women and the attention of billionair­es and people who have private planes and private islands.

“Bill was just a sitting duck!” While the 75-year-old politico insists he never did anything wrong and knew “nothing” of Epstein’s taste for young girls, “Bill’s relationsh­ip with Epstein was far deeper than the general public knows,” an insider says.

At the sex traffickin­g trial of Epstein’s accused madam Ghislaine Maxwell, federal prosecutor­s charge the 60-year-old British socialite recruited and groomed young girls as sex slaves for the moneybags as early as 1994 — in the midst of the billionair­e’s visits to the Clinton White House!

Logs show Epstein’s first visit to the White House came on Feb. 25, 1993, or just 36 days after Clinton was inaugurate­d. His last documented visit came on Jan. 28, 1995. Maxwell was at his side on some of the occasions.

“Clinton would introduce him as a trusted and respectabl­e businessma­n to people who didn’t have any idea about what a depraved and twisted monster he was,” says the insider.

Clinton administra­tion officials, including Rubin, Mark Middleton and aide Karen Ewing, signed Epstein into the executive mansion, records show.

Rubin claims to have never met or spoken to Epstein, according

to investigat­ors.

Meanwhile, Epstein could show Clinton a “hedonistic lifestyle” with the young beauties he kept on his planes, at his homes and on his private Caribbean isle, the insider notes.

Flight logs show Clinton flew at least two dozen times on Epstein’s private jet, including jaunts to Europe, southeast Asia and, in 2002, a flight to Africa with actors Chris Tucker and Kevin Spacey. During that trip, Clinton was photograph­ed receiving a neck massage from Epstein angel Chauntae Davies.

The beauty later claimed she was repeatedly raped by Epstein, but said Clinton acted as a gentleman.

“Bill often traveled on the Lolita Express and he got to spend time with Maxwell as well as Epstein,” says the insider.

“There were beautiful women by his side on this jet at all times, whose duty was to entertain Epstein and his guests — including Bill — when they were en route to the island.”

Sources also claim Clinton was romantical­ly involved with Ghislaine and photos reveal she was a guest at his daughter Chelsea’s 2010 wedding.

The former president’s ex-aide Doug Band has also claimed Clinton visited Maxwell and Epstein at the financier’s Orgy Island retreat in the Caribbean.

Clinton spokespers­on Angel Urena maintains the former chief executive only flew on Epstein’s jet on four instances related to the work of the Clinton Foundation. Clinton’s people also claim he never set foot on Epstein’s Caribbean getaway.

Epstein, who became a registered sex offender and served 13 months in jail for having sex with a little girl in 2008, donated $25,000 to the scandalsca­rred Clinton Foundation charity in 2006. A 2015 review of the fat cat perv’s private black book revealed more than a dozen phone numbers for the former president.

Epstein died inside a Manhattan federal jail cell in 2019 while awaiting trial on sex traffickin­g charges. His death was ruled a suicide.

But as GLOBE reported, Ghislaine, Epstein’s family, a top medical expert and many investigat­ors believe the sociopath was murdered because he knew too much about kinky, powerful men who played with his teenage harem.

 ?? ?? Bill Clinton has been lying about his associatio­n with Epstein from the very beginning, an author insists
Bill Clinton has been lying about his associatio­n with Epstein from the very beginning, an author insists
 ?? ?? Bill at Chelsea’s wedding, which was attended by Maxwell
Bill at Chelsea’s wedding, which was attended by Maxwell
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 ?? ?? Jeffrey Epstein, a registered sex offender, donated big
bucks to the former president’s
Clinton Foundation
Jeffrey Epstein, a registered sex offender, donated big bucks to the former president’s Clinton Foundation
 ?? ?? Clinton greets Epstein during a White House gathering; Ghislaine Maxwell was at the financier’s side on occasion
Clinton greets Epstein during a White House gathering; Ghislaine Maxwell was at the financier’s side on occasion
 ?? ?? Epstein and Clinton reportedly bonded over sex, women
and cash
Epstein and Clinton reportedly bonded over sex, women and cash
 ?? ?? Flight logs show the former commander in chief flew on Epstein’s flying bordello the Lolita Express numerous times
Flight logs show the former commander in chief flew on Epstein’s flying bordello the Lolita Express numerous times

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