GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy said he would publish the Jeffrey Epstein client list if he’s elected president.

“My question is, ‘Epstein List.’ Please, for our sanity’s sake, make that list public. I’m tired of being called a conspiracy theorist,” an audience member at a town hall said.

“I think what we have a lot in this country are a lot of conspiracy realists. And so, I’m one of them,” Ramaswamy answered.

“Just because everything that you sort of suspect often times comes true. But I’ll be tied to the facts, not to the narratives. So we will publish the Jeffrey Epstein client list no doubt about it, no doubt about it,” he continued.

“And I think that that’s part of a broader pattern of just restoring and rebuilding trust in this country,” he added.

“Let’s just see it. Roll the log over. Let’s see what calls out. That’s the first step to actually restoring trust in this country,” he continued.

“We got to see it. Sunlight is the best disinfectant,” Ramaswamy noted.


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According to a Daily Mail report, friends of Jeffrey Epstein have donated over $100,000 to Vivek Ramaswamy’s presidential campaign.

Via Daily Mail:

Close friends of the late pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein are major donors to an outside group supporting Vivek Ramaswamy’s presidential run and to his 2024 campaign.

Official filings show that billionaire Glenn Dubin gave $100,000 in March to American Exceptionalism, a super PAC which is supporting the biotech entrepreneur and presidential hopeful.

Dubin and his wife, former Miss Sweden Eva Andersson-Dubin who gave evidence in support of Epstein’s accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell, also gave a total of $13,200 (the maximum allowed) to Ramaswamy’s campaign.

Epstein, who took his own life while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges in 2019, was a prolific political donor and he had extensive ties throughout elite financial and social circles.

Even so, details of his associates’ connections will be deeply embarrassing to Ramaswamy after he demanded full transparency in the Epstein case.


Ramaswamy’s campaign responded to criticism of accepting donations from the Dubins.

“Vivek has no knowledge of this, just as he doesn’t know of any of the one-off accusations against any of his 100,000-plus individual donors to the campaign, let alone those who donate to outside efforts that Vivek isn’t involved with,” said spokeswoman Tricia McLaughlin.

“The Dubins were close friends of Epstein. Andersson-Dubin dated him for years before marrying her husband in 1994, and the couple remained in contact with him even after he was convicted of procuring a child for prostitution in 2008,” Daily Mail noted.

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