Nine reveals plans to screen two part Australian exclusive SURVIVING JEFFREY EPSTEIN

Cheryl Sanders
August 5, 2020

President Donald Trump said he's among those who are unsure whether convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide in jail.

Two weeks ago at a COVID-19 press briefing, Trump told reporters: "I've met (Maxwell) numerous times over the years, especially since I lived in Palm Beach, and I guess they lived in Palm Beach".

The president was criticized for not speaking out against Ghislaine Maxwell, who has been accused of roping young women and underage girls into a sex trafficking ring. Currently, Maxwell is being held at Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center following her July 2 arrest in New Hampshire. "Yeah, I wish her well", Trump told Swan. It's what they wanted to hear, not the truth of how disgusting I had felt over the whole thing but they already knew the truth any ways, it's what they had trained me for in the first place. She is now in jail.

Check it out. the reporter asks why Trump would send someone accused of frightful crimes his regards - he said this last week during a press conference at the White House - and 45 answered by suggesting she, too, could be at risk at dying while in custody. "Good luck. Let them prove somebody was guilty", he said in the new interview. He attempted to justify his wishes to Maxwell by suggesting that Epstein could've very well been killed in prison. "Was he killed? Was it suicide? I do". "I'd wish a lot of people well. She wasn't looking to bring a lawsuit", according to The Sun. "I'm not looking bad for anybody".


When Swan asked Trump to clarify if he meant that he hoped Maxwell didn't die in jail, Trump again returned to the Epstein case. Was he killed? Was it suicide? "There are so many people in NY that you have no idea where they made their money".

New York City's Office of the Chief Medical Examiner determined Epstein had committed suicide by hanging, but some, including longtime pathologist Dr. Michael Baden, have disputed the determination. "A huge amount of pressure was applied".

Also present, Walker said, were Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein.

But Walker said she was positive she saw Andrew busting moves with Giuffre because she apologized to him after standing on his foot.


"The question that arises is how entrapped is Bill Clinton in this investigation".

Martin Weinberg, one of the lawyers, told a judge previous year that Epstein was not despairing, despondent, or suicidal.

An FBI spokeswoman said it would not comment on the developments surrounding Ms Walker. With a trial scheduled for July, 2021, and several prominent politicians and powerful figures lined up to be thrown under the bus, Bodog favors her trial to not take place on time, if at all.


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