Eye-Witness Completely Exonerates Trump

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Newly disclosed documents reveal that Virginia Giuffre, one of Jeffrey Epstein’s accusers, has stated that she never witnessed former President Donald Trump engaging in any of the late pedophile’s illicit activities. These documents were made public as part of the ongoing legal dispute between Giuffre, who claims to be a victim of Epstein, and Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s associate. Although the case was resolved in 2017, Judge Loretta Preska recently ruled that the names mentioned in the documents should no longer be kept confidential.

“I don’t think Donald Trump participated in anything,” Giuffre said. “That would have to be another assumption. I never saw or witnessed Donald Trump participate in those acts, but was he in the house of Jeffrey Epstein. I’ve heard he has been, but I haven’t seen him myself so I don’t know.”

She was interrogated about her belief regarding whether Trump had witnessed the sexual abuse of minors.

Giuffre’s response followed her assertion that lawyer Alan Dershowitz had frequented Epstein’s private island, Little St. James, on numerous occasions, where there were minors present. She argued that it was reasonable to assume that Dershowitz was aware of what was happening.

Johanna Sjoberg, a witness and another alleged victim of Epstein, stated that she had visited one of Trump’s casinos but had not engaged in any sexual activities or provided massages to him.

According to the New York Post, Trump and former President Bill Clinton’s names appeared separately in old flight logs. Clinton had traveled on Epstein’s private jet to Bangkok, Brunei, and Paris. However, the flight logs do not indicate that either president visited Epstein’s island.

The unsealed documents mention the names of several prominent individuals, including the two former presidents, British Prince Andrew, deceased model scout Jean-Luc Brunel, deceased popstar Michael Jackson, and deceased physicist Stephen Hawking.

Maxwell is currently serving a prison sentence for her involvement in Epstein’s sex trafficking operation.

Epstein passed away on August 10, 2019, while in custody at the Metropolitan Correction Center in New York, awaiting sentencing.

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