New pictures surfaced that prove Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein were once White House guests of former President Bill Clinton. Not good for Bill and Hillary who have tried to deny links between them and Epstein and Maxwell.
The images were first published by The Sun. They are from an event for big Clinton donors and they complicate Bill and Hillary’s story about how long they were in contact with Epstein and Maxwell.
According to The Sun, “The White House reception, hosted by both Clinton and wife Hillary, was for people who contributed towards the £290,000 renovation via the White House Historical Association.”
“Records pulled from the William J Clinton Library and Museum, in Little Rock, Arkansas, show both Epstein and Maxwell’s names on the guest list,” The Sun added.
From Fox News: The pictures expand the timeline of Clinton’s involvement with Epstein and Maxwell.
Prior to their surfacing, some of the oldest photos linking the trio were from 2002, Clinton was photographed aboard Epstein’s private jet along with Maxwell and one of the late billionaires’ rape accusers.
The former president also reportedly had a private dinner with Maxwell in 2014 — long after Epstein was convicted of child sex abuse.
Clinton has denied ever visiting Epstein’s private island in the Bahamas, but accuser Virginia Giuffre has claimed to be on the island at the same time as the ex-president.
A book released last year claims that Clinton had an affair with Maxwell.
Clinton has maintained he was unaware of any sexual misconduct in his dealings with the wealthy financier. Epstein has also socialized with Donald Trump before he was president, and Prince Andrew — who Giuffre claims she was forced to have sex with.
The Sun just released this photo from Jeffrey Epstein’s visit to the White House. pic.twitter.com/DcMkf0nBVF— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) April 25, 2021
In this one, Bill Clinton has that “I’m probably going to have you killed one day” look on his face. pic.twitter.com/yGlSqUAvdc— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) April 25, 2021