Daily Mail report claims Jeffrey Epstein visited Bill Clinton’s White House at least 17 times
According to visitor logs obtained exclusively by the Daily Mail, Jeffrey Epstein allegedly visited former President Bill Clinton’s White House at least 17 times. The visits primarily took place over the course of three years.
Epstein reportedly received his first invitation to the White House just a month after Clinton was inaugurated in January 1993, which then led to 17 trips or more over the course of three years of Clinton’s time in office.
According to the Daily Mail, Epstein showed up on 14 separate days, and on three different occasions, he made two visits in a single day. Records also show that he was invited by several of Clinton’s most senior advisers and aides, one of whom later served as Treasury Secretary.
The revelations put additional scrutiny on Clinton’s relationship with Epstein, who was known to have taken the former president aboard his private jet, called the ‘Lolita Express.’ Those trips took place dozens of times after Clinton left the White House. Epstein died in jail in 2019, hanging himself, after being arrested that same year. Following his death, Clinton claimed that he knew “nothing about the terrible crimes’ Epstein had carried out.
Epstein’s crimes did not become public knowledge until he was arrested in 2006, but his visits to the White House would have taken place over the same period of time that his ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell is accused of securing underage girls for him.
Epstein and Maxwell met in the early 1990s, and after dating briefly, she became the manager of his Palm Beach Mansion. Maxwell, 59, is currently on trial over the accusations that she was Epstein’s procurer over the years 1994 and 2004.