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Report: Book On Clinton’s Sex Offender Pal Exonerates Him

Evan Gahr Investigative Journalist
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Question: Was any rumor about Bill Clinton’s womanizing and sexual marauding ever definitively debunked or seriously discredited?

The only one that comes to mind is his supposedly fathering a black love child. DNA tests proved otherwise. Otherwise, on rare occasions when he or his functionaries try to dispute allegations, they fail miserably.

Most famously, Clinton angrily insisted he did not have sex with a certain women, momentarily forgetting her name.

But now! Clinton can offer plausible deniability about speculation that the teen “masseuses” of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein pleasured him when the two men palled around.  Clinton reportedly took 18 trips with Epstein on his private jet after leaving office. Two females identified only with first names were passengers on at least one of those flights.

New York Post gossip columnist Richard Johnson is reporting that a forthcoming book on Epstein exonerates Clinton. The still untitled tome, which former NYPD detective John Connolly and mystery novelist James Patterson are writing together, says the ex-prez never availed himself of Epstein’s girls.

Connolly and Patterson, Epstein’s neighbor in Palm Beach, Fla., could not immediately be reached for comment. But Connolly told Johnson that, “Clinton met Epstein after he left the White House. Maybe he learned his lesson.”