President Trump isn’t afraid to ask the right questions.
When confronted by reporters who asked Trump about the “conspiracy theory” as mainstream media is calling it of Clinton connection to Epstein’s apparent “suicide,” the president responded,
“I have no idea, I know he was on his plane 27 times,” before pointing out the inconsistencies between Bill Clinton’s official statement on his relationship with Epstein and the evidence turned up by flight logs for the “Lolita Express,”
“Why did he say four times? And then the question you have to ask is, did Bill Clinton go to the island?”
Watch the clip of President Trump’s response here:
Breitbart has more to say:
“Did Bill Clinton go to the island?” Trump asked reporters when asked if the former president had anything to do with Epstein’s death in prison on Saturday.
Trump said he had “no idea” if the Clintons had anything to do with the death.
“I have no idea, I know he was on his plane 27 times,” Trump said, pointing out that Clinton was a “very good friend” of Epstein’s and citing flight records of the former president traveling over two dozen times on his private plane.
He questioned why Clinton’s spokesman said the former president had traveled on the plane on four occasions.
“Why did he say four times?” mused Trump. “And then the question you have to ask is, did Bill Clinton go to the island?”
The accused child-sex trafficker purchased Little St. James Island in 1998 as the billionaire frequently transferred women and girls to the island for lavish parties.
“That was not a good place as I understand it, but I was never there,” Trump said.
Virginia Roberts, who accused Epstein of trafficking her when she was 17, claimed to have seen Clinton at the island in 2002.
The Daily Caller also commented:
President Donald Trump on Tuesday asked if former President Bill Clinton ever visited Jeffrey Epstein’s private island, which was rumored to have been used for secret sexual relations between powerful people and underage girls.
The president was asked during a press gaggle in Morristown, New Jersey about the conspiracy theory alleging that the Clinton family was involved in Epstein’s alleged suicide while in jail. The theory claims that the Clintons facilitated Epstein’s death in order to prevent him from sharing incriminating information with investigators after he was charged with running an underage sex trafficking ring.
The question was prompted by Trump retweeting a video by comedian Terrence K. Williams that claimed the Clintons killed Epstein.
Trump said he did not know if the Clintons were involved in Epstein’s death but brought up the so-called “pedophile island” owned by the multi-millionaire where “bad things” allegedly happened.