Sunday, February 21, 2021

Ghislaine Maxwell Admits Jeffery Epstein Secretly Recorded Video of Bill Clinton and Donald Trump

Last year Ghislane Maxwell was arrested after being accused of procuring underage girls for the late convicted billionaire pedophile and sex trafficker Jeffery Epstein [click here if you missed that]. 

Now a new book claims Ghislane was tricked into admitted Epstein has incriminating video of former Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump...

Ghislane Maxwell appeared to admit Jeffrey Epstein was taping his famous friends, including Donald Trump and the Clintons, during a 2016 meeting with former CBS producer Ira Rosen, a new book reveals.
The British socialite, who is accused of procuring underage girls for the billionaire pedophile, reportedly told Rosen she didn't 'know where' such recordings were after the Emmy-winning producer asked her to hand over footage of Trump.
The conversation took place ahead of the 2016 US presidential election and Maxwell, who supported Hillary at the time, refused to help, saying: 'If you get the tapes on Trump you have to do [Bill] Clinton'.
In his memoir, Rosen reveals he arranged a meeting with Maxwell in early 2016, and acting on 'hunch' that the tapes existed, tricked her into confirming they did.
'I want the tapes. I know he [Epstein] was videotaping everyone and I want the tapes of Trump with the girls,' Rosen told her.
Maxwell replied: 'I don't know where they are.'
Rosen writes he told her to 'ask Epstein', adding that the 'fate of the country is at stake.'
'Trump could be elected president and how would you feel if those tapes emerged after he was in office?' Rosen asked Maxwell.
'She gave me a stern look and pointed a finger in my face. She said: "I am the daughter of a press baron. I know the way you people think. If you do one side, you must do the other. If you get the tapes on Trump you have to do Clinton".'
Rosen replied: 'I will. I will go wherever the story goes.'
According to Maxwell, however, Epstein, allegedly never told her of the whereabouts of the tapes, Rosen writes.