Anyone who may have believed that President Donald Trump was entangled with the late financier and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein will be forced to rethink their position, thanks to newly unsealed court documents regarding Epstein’s associates.
The documents were released as part of an ongoing case involving Virginia Robert Giuffre, who is currently suing Epstein’s former girlfriend and partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, who was convicted of sex trafficking in 2022.
As the contents of the recently unsealed documents have circulated online, one big detail has not been missed by Americans on both sides of the aisle: President Trump, based on the report, did not visit Epstein’s infamous island nor did he visit his home.
Extracts from court papers made public by Leading Report show that Trump was not seen in either place, even though it was said that the president was connected to Epstein.
In fact, other famous people have not done so well in the court of public opinion, while Trump’s name seems to have been cleared once more. CBS News said that more than 100 people, including Prince Andrew and former President Bill Clinton, were named as Epstein’s friends or family.
The most important question now that these papers have been made public (and more should be coming) is whether the accusations against some of the high-level people named as Epstein’s friends will be looked into further.
His oldest son, Donald Trump Jr., said on X, “The left is so much more upset that Trump isn’t on the Epstein Island list than they are with the actual Democratic elite pedophiles who are on the list and who took part in child molestation.”