TRUMP: Find Out the People That Went to Jeffrey Epstein’s Island
Today President Donald Trump confirmed that he expelled convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who is now facing new charges related to child trafficking, from Mar-a-Lago, and encouraged the press to find the names of those went to Epstein’s famous private island.
Earlier this week it was reported by Big League Politics that President Trump once expelled Epstein from his exclusive Florida club, Mar-a-Lago, after Epstein allegedly forced himself on an underage daughter of one of the club’s employees.
President Trump confirmed that Epstein was expelled from the club today, and said he is “no fan” of Epstein, before encouraging the press to find the names of the prominent individuals who made trips to Epstein’s famous island, often referred to as Pedophile Island, aboard Epstein’s private airliner, referred to by media as the Lolita Express.
“I was not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein, and you watched people yesterday saying that I threw him out of a club,” said President Trump. “I didn’t want anything to do with him, that was many many years ago. It shows you one thing, that I have good tastes.”
The president then suggested members of the press and public look into the high profile individuals who visited Epstein’s private island.
“Now other people, they went all over with him, they went to his island. They went all over the place. He was very well known in Palm Beach,” said the president. “His island, whatever his island was, wherever it is, I was never there.”
“Find out the people that went to the island.”
President Trump then doubled down, rebuking the mainstream media’s narrative that he is somehow an associate of Epstein.
“Jeffrey Epstein was not somebody that I respected, I threw him out, in fact I think the great James Patterson, who is a member of Mar-a-Lago, made a statement yesterday that many years ago I threw him out. I’m not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein.”
Epstein was arrested last weekend and charged with trafficking children, with federal authorities taking a second look at his 2002 case that saw Epstein receive what many consider a sweetheart deal that saw him only serve 13 months in prison, complete with day passes that allowed him to travel to his office during daytime hours six days per week.
hree minor victims and three employees are named in the child trafficking indictment against Jeffrey Epstein, the billionaire pedophile and Bill Clinton friend who is facing trial in the Southern District of New York.
The Miami Herald reports that new victims and witnesses came forward to help the FBI-NYPD.
“Sources told the Herald that the indictment includes new victims and witnesses who spoke to authorities in New York over the past several months,” reported the Miami Herald, which successfully sued to unseal some records pertaining to an Epstein-related defamation case days ago.
Big League Politics will continue to track the Epstein case as it develops.