In the latest Jeffrey Epstein file dump, the documents continue looking horrible for former President Bill Clinton.

Wednesday’s file release revealed Bill Clinton is a “key person” who can provide information about his close relationship with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

First Release Of Unsealed Jeffrey Epstein Documents, Bill Clinton “Key Person”

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According to testimony from one witness, Bill Clinton allegedly “likes them young,” (referring to girls).

Techno Fog shared the file:

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Thursday's batch provided additional bad news for Clinton.

According to one file, Bill Clinton allegedly walked into Vanity Fair and threatened them not to write sex-trafficking articles about his "good friend" Jeffrey Epstein.

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Vanity Fair published an article this week downplaying the Epstein files.

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Per Vanity Fair:

While social media posts—and NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers—have been speculating that the forthcoming information will be a “list” of clients or Epstein accomplices, as the Associated Press notes, “There is no such list, and the truth is less scandalous.” Rather, the documents set for release stem from a defamation lawsuit filed by one of Epstein’s victims, Virginia Giuffre, against Epstein associate Ghislaine Maxwell, who is currently serving a 20-year sentence. The AP reports:

Some records have been released, either in part or in full, in other court cases. Much of the rest involve topics and people who have been exhaustively covered in nearly two decades’ worth of newspaper stories, TV documentaries, interviews, books, and testimony at Maxwell’s criminal trial.

The people named in the records include many of Epstein’s accusers, members of his staff who told their stories to tabloid newspapers, people who served as witnesses at Maxwell’s trial, people who were mentioned in passing during depositions but aren’t accused of anything salacious, and people who investigated Epstein, including prosecutors, a journalist, and a detective.

There are also boldface names of public figures known to have associated with Epstein over the years, but whose relationships with him have already been well-documented elsewhere, the judge said.

Nevertheless, supporters of the ex-president have been contorting themselves to preemptively explain away why his name might appear in the documents. As The New Republic noted on Wednesday, one X user told his followers: “High chance that the Epstein filings will include Donald Trump’s name. Out of context, the legacy media and TDS sufferers will pretend this isn’t because he gave willing testimony against Epstein when queried and will make believe that it makes him a pervert.” Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren suggested “they” are going to go after Trump for something “to bury the Epstein document dump and all the pedophiles on it,” writing, “Every time they want to cover their tracks, they go after Trump.”

The Washington Examiner reports:

A set of 19 unsealed documents from lawsuits tied to late disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein were released by a court Thursday evening, revealing allegations that former President Bill Clinton threatened Vanity Fair over a story in 2011.

The second batch of records come one day after a trove of 900 pages was released in response to a Dec. 18 court order from the judge overseeing the case, responding to the Miami Herald's longtime bid to release the records. The new documents Thursday include more than 300 pages.

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Epstein, the convicted pedophile who died before he could face trial on federal sex trafficking charges, is referenced frequently in the hundreds of pages pertaining to his associate and sometimes-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, who is named as the defendant in the 2015 defamation lawsuit filed by Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre. The newly released records are from that lawsuit.

Bill Clinton was already mentioned in several documents from the first batch released Wednesday. A document in the new set of records show allegations from Giuffre in which she claimed the former president "threatened" Vanity Fair reporters "not to write sex-trafficking articles about his good friend J.E."

"Good points, all of them. I am looking at both sides to the picture. On the upside it will give exposure to build up publicity for the case and the story but like you said, It must be carefully written and not give any notions about the upcoming book and or any new info," Giuffre wrote in an email to journalist Sharon Churcher on May 30, 2011.

Giuffre added in the 2011 email that after she did research into Vanity Fair, she noted it "does concern me" what it might want to write about her considering that "B.Clinton walked into VF and threatened them not to write sex-trafficing articles about his good friend J.E. Should I be asking what is this story their writing pertaining to?"

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