Reports say Epstein files 'exonerate' Trump

 January 4, 2024

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

A long list of documents originally assembled for a Jeffrey Epstein-related lawsuit that later was settled has been released to the public for the first time.

And reports suggest they "exonerate" President Trump of suspicions he was somehow involved in Jeffrey Epstein's sex schemes.

report at TrendingPoliticsNews said more than 1,000 pages of "The Epstein Files" have become public.

"Many names have been referenced in the documents, including Bill Clinton, Prince Andrew, Alan Dershowitz, and Donald Trump, just to name a few," the report noted. "However, the only references to Trump in the entirety of the documents appear to clear him of wrongdoing.

For starters, a testimony from the documents shows no evidence that Trump ever visited Epstein’s home or his island, the report said.

And the reports that his name is mentioned signals that he is not "one of the unsealed names" that remain hidden in the documents.

report at Newsweek cited a statement from Steven Cheung, a spokesman for Trump.

He said claims of Trump's relationship with Epstein were "thoroughly debunked."

The report explained, "Epstein was indicted in 2019 on charges of operating a sex trafficking ring involving underage girls after Virginia Roberts Giuffre alleged he abused her as a minor and alleged his girlfriend, Ghislaine Maxwell, aided in the abuse. He was found dead in his jail cell while awaiting trial, while Maxwell was found guilty in 2021 and sentenced to 20 years in prison."

Trump and Epstein reportedly knew each other, with Trump a passenger on Epstein's jet, but Trump said when the most recent case arose the two hadn't spoken in years.

"As part of 40 previously redacted documents in the settled case released on Wednesday, a deposition of Johanna Sjoberg claims she traveled from Florida to Atlantic City with Epstein and went to one of the Trump's casinos," the report said.

She said while in Atlantic City they visited a Trump casino, but stated she never had "massaged" Trump.

The report noted, "Individuals named in the documents are not necessarily accused of wrongdoing and Trump has not been linked to any offenses committed by Epstein or Maxwell."

And Newsweek continued, "Following the release of the documents, MAGA influencers on X, formerly Twitter, said they showed Trump had not engaged in any illicit behavior."

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