Reporter Asks Bill Clinton Point Blank About His Alleged Ties To Jeffrey Epstein

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Brianna Lyman News and Commentary Writer
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Former President Bill Clinton gave an indirect answer Monday when asked about his alleged ties to deceased, disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.

Juan Mendoza, who previously worked for the Daily Caller, confronted Clinton while the former president was at a rally with Democratic Rep. Henry Cuellar in Laredo, Texas.

“Any comments on the allegations of your connection with Jeffrey Epstein?” Mendoza asked.

“I think the evidence is in,” Clinton said with a smirk.

Mendoza jokingly said he was “not suicidal … just in case,” in a follow-up tweet. (RELATED: ‘Jeffrey Epstein With The Clintons?’: Lawyer Asks Alex Jones About Pedophilia. It Goes About How You’d Expect)

Lawrence Paul Visoski Jr., Epstein’s longtime pilot, alleged in 2021 that he flew former Presidents Donald Trump and Clinton on Epstein’s plane.

“Former President Bill Clinton flew on some of the flights?” Epstein’s right-hand woman Ghislaine Maxwell’s attorney Christian Oversell asked during the trail against Maxwell.

“Yes,” Visoski replied.

Maxwell later gave an exclusive interview to The Sun where she detailed her close friendship with Clinton.

“It was a special friendship, which continued over the years,” Maxwell reportedly said. “We had lots in common. I feel bad that he is another victim only because of his association with Jeffrey. I understand he, like others can no longer consider me as a friend.”

Epstein was found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in lower Manhattan. The prison guard were later accused of sleeping and surfing the internet while on duty at the time of Epstein’s suicide. Epstein’s death generated several conspiracies, with then Attorney General Bill Barr saying the circumstances raised “serious questions.”