A stunning new report from liberal media darlings at Vanity Fair is not good for Bill Clinton but quite good for President Trump.
Look, we all know Jeffrey Epstein has dirt on some big people and is looking at life so he will try to spill the beans.
Many famous men have crossed paths with Epstein and everyone is wondering who will be implicated. The media has tried to tie Trump to him with little success. As Sam Nunberg explains below – Trump would never go stay at someone else’s island or home.
No doubts we will find out soon. From Vanity Fair: Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, who would later go to prison in part for his role in these hush money schemes, was in the room when Pecker sat down.
Pecker, he later told me, used to send him articles and issues before they were published so that he and Trump could read them. After the meeting Trump called in Sam Nunberg, then a Trump Organization employee, who saw Pecker leaving Trump’s office.
“Michael was sitting in there when I came in, and the issue of the National Enquirer with the pictures of Prince Andrew was on his desk,” Nunberg recalled.
“He said not to tell anyone, but that Pecker had just been there and had brought the issue with him. Trump said that Pecker had told him that the pictures of Clinton that Epstein had from his island were worse.”
(Cohen, speaking by phone from the Federal Correctional Institution in Otisville, corroborated Nunberg’s version of the events, though he declined to add any additional information about the meeting.)
During the meeting with Pecker, Trump went on about how Epstein was known for this behavior, according to a person familiar with the conversation. Trump, after all, used to be friendly with Epstein, and had at least an inkling about his sexual predilections.
Trump isn’t known to have gone on any trips with Epstein, which would have been out of character.
“I don’t think Trump would go to someone else’s property or someone else’s island or villa,” Nunberg said.
“He doesn’t even play golf at anyone else’s clubs.” But Trump did host Epstein as a guest at Mar-a-Lago, where he appears in photos in 1997 and 2000. Epstein’s personal little black book, which was leaked by an employee in 2009, contained 14 phone numbers for Trump, his wife, Melania, and several people who worked for him.