New Photos Emerge Of Bill Clinton Meeting With Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell Inside White House
By Steve Ahle
A British tabloid published new photographs late on Saturday night of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell inside the White House for a reception for people who donated money for the refurbishment of the Oral Oval Office.
You have to wonder how these pictures remained hidden for so long. Or maybe you don’t. They could have made the pictures available to anyone willing to pick them up at Fort Marcy Park but no one dared show up.
Epstein and Maxwell “toured Clinton toured Clinton’s residence and the East Room during a reception. Epstein had contributed 7,280 pounds. (Is that in money or in teens?)
The Sun reported.:
“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.”
The Daily Beast reported in 2019 that Epstein and Clinton met on multiple occasions while Clinton was president, including:
As early as 1993, records show, Epstein donated $10,000 to the White House Historical Association and attended a donors’ reception hosted by Bill and Hillary Clinton. Around the same time, according to a source familiar with the connection, Epstein visited presidential aide Mark Middleton several times at the White House. Two years later, businesswoman Lynn Forester de Rothschild wrote a personal letter to Clinton thanking him for their talk about the financier.
Clinton also failed to mention the intimate 1995 fundraising dinner at the Palm Beach home of Revlon mogul Ron Perelman, where Clinton hobnobbed with the likes of Epstein, Don Johnson, and Jimmy Buffett. (Nearby, at Epstein’s own Palm Beach mansion, the money man allegedly abused hundreds of underage girls.)
Jeffrey Epstein’s name shows up again in the Clinton Library archives in a letter dated April 27, 1995, from Lynn Forester to “President William T. Clinton.” Forester—who became Lynn Forester de Rothschild after her marriage in 2000 to Sir Evelyn Robert de Rothschild—served on Clinton’s National Information Infrastructure Advisory Committee and on the president’s Secretary of Energy Advisory Board.