President Donald Trump on Saturday promoted a conspiracy theory linking the Clinton family to the death of multi-millionaire and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. Trump shared a tweet and video from conservative comedian Terrence Williams that claimed without evidence that former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.Trump’s 2016 presidential election rival was responsible for Epstein’s death. The Federal Bureau of Prisons and Attorney General Bill Barr said Epstein died in an “apparent suicide” while in federal custody.
more than triple Williams’ most recent videos. Both Trump and Bill Clinton were friendly with Epstein in previous decades, but Trump seized on the conspiracy theory Saturday in his latest dig at the Clintons.
The tweet also falsely claimed that Epstein died while on suicide watch, even though Epstein had been taken off of suicide watch before his death.
Angel Ureña, a spokesman for the former president, called the conspiracy theory “ridiculous, and of course not true.” “And Donald Trump knows it,”
Ureña tweeted. CNN has also reached out to a spokesperson for Hillary Clinton.
Trump was not the only official in his administration to promote the Epstein-Clinton conspiracy theory. Lynne Patton, a senior official at the Department of Housing and Urban Development and a longtime Trump family aide and friend, also gave voice to the conspiracy theory on her Instagram account earlier in the day.Trump was not the only official in his administration to encourage the Epstein-Clinton conspiracy theory. Lynne Patton, a senior official at the Department of Housing and Urban Development and a long-time Trump family aide and friend, also spoke earlier in the day about the conspiracy theory in her Instagram account.
A Portrait of Bill Clinton wearing a blue dress owned by late Jeffrey Epstein recently discovered have sprung up about