Donald Trump asked one question that could see Bill Clinton land in jail
Accused pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s death did nothing to quiet the questions about Epstein’s relationship with Bill Clinton.
In fact, the rumors about Epstein having dirt in Clinton only grew louder.
And now, Donald Trump asked one question that could see Bill Clinton land in jail.
Donald Trump addressed reporters at the White House on Tuesday before departing for a speech in Pennsylvania.
Reporters pressed the President on video he retweeted from conservative comedian Terrance Williams, where Williams questioned why so many people connected to Clinton scandals turned up dead via suicide.
Trump denied implicating the Clintons in Epstein’s death, but he did wonder why Clinton lied about traveling with Epstein so many times.
Clinton claimed to only have flown with Epstein four times when flight logs showed the former President traveled aboard Epstein’s private jet 26 times.
Trump also wondered if Clinton’s trips with Epstein ended up with Clinton on Epstein’s private island where Epstein stands accused of trafficking underage girls.
President Donald Trump questioned Tuesday whether former President Bill Clinton ever traveled to the late Jeffrey Epstein’s private island.
“Did Bill Clinton go to the island?” Trump asked reporters when asked if the former president had anything to do with Epstein’s death in prison on Saturday.
Trump said he had “no idea” if the Clintons had anything to do with the death.
“I have no idea, I know he was on his plane 27 times,” Trump said, pointing out that Clinton was a “very good friend” of Epstein’s and citing flight records of the former president traveling over two dozen times on his private plane.
If Clinton traveled to Epstein’s island, that could implicate the former President in knowing what awful activities Epstein was engaged in.
And despite the Fake News Media uproar, millions of Americans are asking what was the true extent of Epstein’s connections to Bill Clinton?
And they want to see a real investigation.