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Donald and Melania Trump, Jeffrey Epstein, and Ghislaine Maxwell at the
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Ghislaine Maxwell saw Donald Trump as a vital connection for her then
boyfriend Jeffrey Epstein early on. In the late ’80s, she had worked for
her father, British media mogul Robert Maxwell, in London, first at
Pergamon Press, then in another division that specialized in corporate
gifts. Thinking Trump would be a great catch as a client for her venture,
she realized she had a terrific connection through her father, who knew
Trump fairly well as a rival, bidding unsuccessfully to buy the New York
Post, inviting him to party aboard the Lady Ghislaine, and attending
extravagant society soirees.

Naively assuming that her father would appreciate her initiative,
Ghislaine Maxwell asked him to call Trump. However, according to Nicholas
Davies’s Death of a Tycoon, even though she was his favorite daughter,
Robert Maxwell erupted. “Have you got your bum in your head?” he said.
“Why the fuck would Donald Trump want to waste his time seeing you with
your crappy gifts when he has a multimillion-dollar business to run?”
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But her father was wrong. In the end, Trump spent plenty of time with
Ghislaine Maxwell and Epstein. In fact, he fit in quite well with them.
Arrivistes all—be it Epstein’s Coney Island, Trump’s Queens, or Robert
Maxwell’s Eastern European shtetl—they had all come from the wrong side of
the tracks. And at some point in their lives, Robert Maxwell, Trump, and
Epstein all had ties to foreign intelligence agencies, arms dealers, and
the sex trade.

It was a world of unimaginable decadence. The epicenter of the operation
was Epstein’s enormously opulent Upper East Side townhouse. As a dwelling,
it was less a home than a deliberately, extravagantly staged showcase, a
calculated spectacle that declared to the world that Epstein, a college
dropout from a middle-class Brooklyn family, had been embraced securely in
the bosom of the powers that be.

Epstein’s notorious “black book” of contacts, compiled largely by
Ghislaine Maxwell, shows the rarefied circles in which he traveled—Nobel
laureates, heads of states, British royals, Wall Street power brokers, and
A-listers in every glamour profession. Trump had no fewer than 16 phone
numbers beside his name in Epstein’s black book.

Trump later recalled Epstein in those days. “Terrific guy,” he famously
told New York magazine. “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said
that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the
younger side. No doubt about it—Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

No one was more dazzled by the glamour of the Trump–Maxwell–Epstein axis
than former Harvard Law School professor Alan Dershowitz, who was so
hypnotized by its lavishness that he professed not to see anything wrong
with it. In fact, it was something you aspired to. “In those days, if you
didn’t know Trump and you didn’t know Epstein, you were a nobody,”
Dershowitz, who later served on Epstein’s defense team, told The New York

Within the context of their highly transactional relationships, Trump’s
friendship with Epstein struck onlookers as a significant mutually
beneficial connection. In the ’90s, Trump needed friends. He had just gone
belly-up in Atlantic City. In addition to helping Trump get back on his
feet, Epstein seemed to be a latter-day Hugh Hefner—surrounded by gorgeous
young women, bespoke private planes, and spectacular residences, all while
Ghislaine Maxwell orchestrated a never-ending series of movable feasts at
which Epstein would entertain and play courtier to presidents, movie
stars, brutal dictators, world-class scientists, Wall Street billionaires,
and the like. And he’d have sex with two, three, or more young girls
almost every day.

Trump fit right in. Epstein and Maxwell invited him everywhere—and Trump
reciprocated. At one highly selective party in 1992 at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago
resort in Palm Beach, The New York Times reported, no fewer than 28
attractive young women were flown in to participate in a calendar-girl
competition as entertainment. The organizer, George Houraney, who ran
American Dream Enterprise, a small Florida company that staged a calendar-
girl contest and other events, was appalled to learn that there were only
two male guests—Trump and Epstein.

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“Donald, this is supposed to be a party with VIPs,” Houraney told Trump,
according to the Times. “You’re telling me it’s you and Epstein? … I know
Jeff really well, I can’t have him going after younger girls.”

But Trump ignored Houraney’s warning and plowed ahead anyway. Houraney’s
longtime girlfriend Jill Harth later told The New York Times that Trump
groped her nonstop at a business meeting around the same time. “He was
relentless,” Harth said, describing how Trump took the couple to dinner,
sat beside Harth, and put his hands up her skirt all the way to her
crotch. “I didn’t know how to handle it. I would go away from him and say
I have to go to the restroom. It was the escape route.”

Trump was often the center of Maxwell’s attention, and women who entered
Trump’s orbit sometimes ended up being associated with both Trump and
Epstein, spending part of their time living in a Trump Tower condo and
part in Florida, at Mar-a-Lago or one of Epstein’s homes.

Among them was Russian model and beauty-pageant contestant Anna Malova,
whose journey from the world of beauty pageants and modeling to Trump’s
Mar-a-Lago and Epstein’s island retreat is highly suggestive in terms of
how Epstein and his associates began manipulating young women.

In the early ’90s, before coming to the United States, Malova had placed
well in a number of beauty pageants—coming in second in Miss Russia 1993
and winning the 1994 Miss Baltic Sea title later that year. In 1995 she
left Moscow, spent six weeks learning English in St. Petersburg (Florida,
not Russia), and was profiled in The Tampa Tribune as “reigning Miss
Russia.” And before long, she met Donald Trump. Notwithstanding the fact
that Trump was still married to his second wife, Marla Maples, Anna moved
into a 30th-floor condo in Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue.

There, according to an item in the New York Post, her lavish
accommodations were taken care of “courtesy of an unidentified sugar
daddy.” Not long afterward, in October 1996, Trump bought three beauty
pageants from ITT Corp.: Miss Universe, Miss USA, and Miss Teen USA.

A little more than a year later, in 1998, Malova competed in the Miss
Universe pageant representing Russia. According to the Honolulu Star-
Bulletin, Malova “faltered badly” when she was asked to compare Russia’s
television and culture with Ghana’s. Malova was stumped. “She pulled a
Chernobyl,” one observer told the outlet. “She’s history.”

Malova made the finals anyway, but, as New York magazine noticed, there
was an anomaly in the very fact she had even entered the pageant. “Oddly,
Anna Malova was allowed to compete in this year’s Miss Universe pageant
[1998] even though she was Miss Russia in 1995,” the magazine reported.
“According to beauty-world sources, it’s not a coincidence that the
stunning Slav, who wound up a finalist in last month’s event, is a friend
of Donald Trump, co-owner of the event. Did the Donald pull a few strings
on an old friend’s behalf? … While the Miss Universe camp insists Malova
won the Russian event honestly, Malova’s agent says, ‘I don’t think she
was Miss Russia this year. She was Miss Russia several years ago.’”

When the magazine asked for documentation that Malova had won the title a
second time, the Miss Universe pageant headquarters declined to furnish
it. Trump could not be reached for comment, but a spokesperson told New
York, “I haven’t heard about Trump giving any preferential treatment to

In the meantime, however, she spent time with both Trump and Epstein.
Flight logs released by a federal judge in New York in 2019 showed that in
February 1999, Malova, then 27, flew on board Epstein’s Gulfstream, the
so-called Lolita Express, with Maxwell and Prince Andrew, from Epstein’s
Little St. James (a.k.a. “Pedophile Island”) back to Florida.

Over the next two decades, Malova cut an erratic figure. She was arrested
in 2010 on charges of criminal possession of narcotics, forgery, and
criminal impersonation of a physician. She also appeared in gossip columns
as the love interest of men ranging from comedian Garry Shandling to hedge
fund billionaire George Soros, more than 40 years her senior.
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Malova wasn’t the only woman who spent time with both Trump and Epstein.
In 1997, Trump, who had just separated from Maples, was photographed with
Maxwell at Ford Models’ 50th-anniversary party, where he ogled models
throughout the evening.

At another event that year, according to the Sunday Mail, Trump, then 50,
seemed to fall for a friend of Maxwell’s, 20-year-old London model Anouska
De Georgiou, and flew her and Maxwell to Mar-a-Lago for the weekend, after
which he installed De Georgiou in “one of Donald’s many apartments” in New

But before long, De Georgiou told NBC News, she was being flown to
Epstein’s homes all over the world. More than 20 years later, in 2019, De
Georgiou’s court testimony was cited in British tabloid The Sun, which
alleged that she had been abused by Epstein when she was “young and

“Jeffrey Epstein manipulated me, corrupted me, and sexually assaulted me,”
she said, adding that the abuse was “devaluing beyond measure” and “lasted
several years.”

As Epstein’s operation continued into the 2000s, he began importing girls
from the former Soviet Union. After the 1998 Miss Universe pageant, Anna
Malova signed up with Karin Models, which had been founded by Epstein
friend Jean-Luc Brunel. Known as “le fantôme” (the ghost), Brunel, who
also owned MC2 Modeling Agency, was the subject of a 1988 piece that aired
on CBS’s 60 Minutes in which several young models accused him of groping
them sexually, drugging their drinks, and rape.

“I really despise Jean-Luc. … This is a guy who should be behind bars,”
John Casablancas, the late modeling agent, told journalist Michael Gross,
whose book Model: The Ugly Business of Beautiful Women alleges that Brunel
repeatedly drugged and raped models. According to Casablancas, Brunel and
his pals “were very well known in Paris for roaming the clubs. They would
invite girls and put drugs in their drinks.”

And Casablancas, who married a 17-year-old when he was 50, would have
known, having used his stature in the modeling business to indulge in
similar activities with young girls at a Look of the Year modeling
competition at the New York Plaza Hotel, with his friend Donald Trump,
then the hotel’s owner. Trump was closely involved with the contest, in
which the average age was 15, and, according to The Guardian, several of
the models said that they were required by their agency to have dinner
with Trump and Casablancas.

Trump’s behavior at such events is unclear, but, according to The
Guardian, “The stories we have heard suggest that Casablancas, and some of
the men in his orbit, used the contest to engage in sexual relationships
with vulnerable young models. Some of these allegations amount to sexual
harassment, abuse, or exploitation of teenage girls; others are more
accurately described as rape.”

In addition to whatever legitimate careers Brunel may have fostered, as a
“model scout” he also allegedly hired “scouters” to identify, procure, and
transport underage girls, many 15 years of age and under, hire them to
give “massages,” and train them to give sexual pleasure. Epstein accuser
Virginia Roberts Giuffre claimed she was forced to have sex with Brunel as
well, and was forced to watch him engage in “sexual acts with dozens of
underage girls.” (Brunel, who couldn't be reached for comment, has denied
taking advantage of underage girls, and MC2 president Jeffrey Fuller has
denied that Epstein had any ownership or involvement in the company.)

MC2 wasn’t the first company to do something like this, and when it came
to determining how to structure such a company—what kind of contractual
relationships MC2 would have with employees, and so forth—its management
looked to someone who already had experience in the business. Though
Brunel was its titular leader, Epstein was really funding the agency and
took the initiative when it came to dealing with such issues. According to
a sworn deposition in 2010 by MC2 bookkeeper Maritza Vasquez, Epstein
wanted MC2 to use the same system of incentives that drove “model scouts”
and models at Trump Model Management, the modeling agency Trump had
founded as T Models in 1999. (Trump Model Management discontinued
operations in 2017.)
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As the Epstein operation chugged along, Trump, who had married three
models—Ivana, Marla, and Melania—was very much part of Epstein’s picture.
According to court records, message pads confiscated from Epstein’s home
showed that Trump called Epstein’s West Palm Beach mansion a number of

Asked under oath in a September 2016 deposition whether he ever socialized
with Trump in the presence of girls under the age of 18, Epstein punted.
Rather than answer the questions, he took the Fifth.

Trump Model Management allegedly indulged in many of the dubious practices
that MC2 did, such as violating immigration laws and illegally employing
young foreign girls. Three former Trump models, all noncitizens of the
U.S., told Mother Jones in 2016 that Trump Model Management profited by
using foreign models who came to the United States on tourist visas that
did not allow them to work here. And two of the former models said that
Trump’s agency suggested they lie on customs forms about where they
planned to live. All of which meant they were perpetually scared of
getting caught and pretty much at the mercy of the agency.

All of which was ironic indeed, given Trump’s hard-line immigration
policies as president and his assertions that undocumented immigrants are
taking American jobs.

Trump became known for hosting parties in suites at the Plaza Hotel, which
he owned at the time, where older rich men were introduced to young women
and girls who assumed “they’d get somewhere” by joining the party, as one
partygoer, a fashion photographer, told Michael Gross, writing in the
Daily Beast. “Of course, it never happens.”

According to the photographer, the girls were as young as 15. “[They were]
over their heads, they had no idea, and they ended up in situations,” the
photographer added. “There were always dramas because the men threw money
and drugs at them to keep them enticed. It’s based on power and dominating
girls who can’t push back and can be discarded.”

Trump would “go from room to room,” said the photographer. “It was guys
with younger girls, sex, a lot of sex, a lot of cocaine, top-shelf

In February 2000, Trump staged a pro-am tennis tournament at Mar-a-Lago
and appeared with Epstein, Maxwell, and his latest girlfriend, Melania
Knauss, whom Epstein claimed to have introduced to Trump. Epstein’s claim
was reported in The New York Times, which noted that “while Mr. Trump has
dismissed the relationship, Mr. Epstein, since the election, has played it
up, claiming to people that he was the one who introduced Mr. Trump to his
third wife, Melania Trump, though neither of the Trumps has ever mentioned
Mr. Epstein playing a role in their meeting.”
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But in 2004, after a friendship of roughly 17 years, Trump and Epstein had
a serious falling-out when Epstein sought to buy a spectacular oceanfront
mansion in Palm Beach called Maison de l’Amitié (“House of Friendship”)
that was being sold out of a bankruptcy auction. The property, a nearly
62,000-square-foot neoclassical palace, had once been owned by Leslie
Wexner, the billionaire retailer who was so close to Epstein.

Epstein had his heart set on the house, but he planned to make at least
one major renovation project once he bought it: He wanted to relocate the
swimming pool, and he brought Trump to the property to give him advice on
how to do it.

But before the sale was finalized, Epstein was horrified to see that
Trump, who was still underwater financially from his Atlantic City
bankruptcies, outbid him with an offer of more than $41 million for the
property. The purchase was financed by Deutsche Bank, which was already
holding dubious loans for Trump.

Epstein was apoplectic and became even more enraged when Trump soon
thereafter put the house up for sale for $125 million. Finally, Trump sold
the house to Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev for a reported $96 million
in 2008—never having lived there—and Epstein threatened to sue him. The
two men never spoke again.

From then on, whenever Epstein’s name was mentioned to Trump, the whole
tenor of the conversation instantly changed. And that wasn’t the end of
it. In 2005, the Palm Beach Police Department began investigating
Epstein’s relationship to the young women around him. According to someone
who knew him, Epstein believed Trump got the police to investigate him in
retaliation for threatening to sue.

Their friendship frayed beyond repair, Epstein became less discreet as the
keeper of Trump’s secrets and was not averse to showing off potentially
compromising photos of him and Trump. An associate of Epstein’s who asked
not to be identified told me that Epstein showed him one photo of Trump
with a topless young girl. In another, the source said, Trump is with two
young girls who are said to be laughing as they point out what appears to
be a wet spot in an unfortunate location on his pants. The description of
the photo suggested that it was a semen stain—but the photos have never
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> Bill Clinton is a documented rapist.

Four women over the past few decades have publicly accused Bill Clinton of
sexual assault or harassment. One woman accused Clinton of raping her.
Amid ongoing national attention on issues of sexual assault and workplace
harassment, Democrats and others on the left are beginning to reexamine
their response to the allegations against Clinton.

President Bill Clinton's decision to lie under oath about his consensual
affair with the White House intern Monica Lewinsky almost forced him from
the presidency.

But allegations made by four other women that Clinton either sexually
assaulted or harassed them have done little to discredit him among his
supporters. Clinton has denied all of the allegations against him,
including those made by four other women who say they had consensual
extramarital relationships with him.

As a national spotlight focuses on sexual assault and harassment following
a flood of accusations of misconduct against dozens of prominent men in
Hollywood, the media, and politics, Democrats and others on the left are
beginning to reexamine their response to the allegations against Clinton.

"Everybody in the mainstream press is calling all of Bill Clinton's crimes
infidelities," Kathleen Willey, one of the women who has accused Clinton
of harassment, told the Fox News host Sean Hannity in October 2016. "Rape,
sexual assault, and sexual harassment are not infidelities. They are
crimes and they are misdemeanors."

Here are the allegations of sexual assault and harassment against him:

Juanita Broaddrick
Bill Clinton and Juanita Broaddrick
Bill Clinton on a visit to Juanita Broaddrick's nursing home in Van Buren,
Arkansas in 1978. Handout/Getty Images
Juanita Broaddrick has made the most serious allegations against Clinton,
accusing him of raping her in 1978 while Clinton was Arkansas' attorney

Broaddrick, then a 35-year-old nursing-home administrator, met Clinton
when he visited her nursing home on a campaign stop. After Clinton asked
to meet with her on her next trip to Little Rock, the two set up a meeting
in a hotel coffee shop.

Broaddrick, who first made the accusation publicly in 1999, told BuzzFeed
News last year that when Clinton arrived at the hotel he asked to meet in
Broaddrick's room instead and, after he arrived, violently raped her.
Broaddrick said he bloodied her lip by biting it.

"There was no remorse," Broaddrick told BuzzFeed News. "He acted like it
was an everyday occurrence. He was not the least bit apologetic. It was
just unreal."

The Washington Post reported that two people close to Broaddrick said she
described the rape to them at the time.

Kathleen Willey
Kathleen Willey
Kathleen Willey in 2016. Mike Segar/Reuters
Kathleen Willey said Clinton kissed her, fondled her breasts, and forced
her to touch his crotch during a meeting in the Oval Office in 1993, while
Willey was a volunteer in the White House correspondence office.

Willey made her allegations public in 1998, and Clinton "emphatically"
denied that the interaction was sexual, arguing that he hugged Willey and
may have kissed her on the forehead.

Willey says she was "friends" with Clinton and confided in him during the
meeting that she and her husband were having financial troubles. She asked
him for a promotion from her volunteer position to a paying job and says
that Clinton was sympathetic and asked to talk with her in a small room
off of the Oval Office. Willey says Clinton cornered and assaulted her in
that room.

"My mind was racing and I thought: 'Should I slap him? Or should I kick
him? Or knee him?'" Willey recalled thinking during an October 2016
interview with the Fox News host Sean Hannity. "What do I do? Scream? Is
the Secret Service gonna come in and descend upon me with guns?"

Paula Jones
Paula Jones
Paula Jones at a debate between then-presidential candidates Donald Trump
and Hillary Clinton. Scott Olson/Getty Images
A former Arkansas state employee named Paula Jones said that in 1991, at a
government quality-management conference that Clinton attended, she was
approached by the state police and told that Clinton, then the governor,
wanted to meet with her. Jones said that a police officer escorted her to
Clinton's hotel room in Little Rock and that Clinton then propositioned
her for sex and exposed his genitals to her.

"He sat down, pulled down his pants, his whole everything and he was
exposed, and I said, 'I'm not that kind of girl, and I need to be getting
back to my desk,'" Jones recalled to Hannity.

Jones said the state police officer was standing just outside the hotel
room during the encounter.

She said that she tried to leave after Clinton exposed himself but that
Clinton rushed over and grabbed the door.

"He said, 'You're a smart girl — let's keep this between ourselves,'"
Jones said.

She said when she left the room the state trooper was smirking.

Jones made her allegations public in 1994 and brought a sexual-harassment
lawsuit against Clinton. A federal judge dismissed the lawsuit in 1998 on
the grounds that Jones didn't prove that she was harmed, either personally
or in her career, by the incident, and Jones appealed the ruling.

Clinton ultimately paid Jones $850,000 as part of an out-of-court
settlement agreement but did not admit guilt or apologize to Jones.

Leslie Millwee
Leslie Millwee
Leslie Millwee, a former television reporter, came forward publicly for
the first time in October 2016 to accuse Clinton of sexually assaulting
her in 1980.

Millwee says Clinton, then the governor of Arkansas, groped her on several
occasions at the now-defunct TV station she worked at in Arkansas.

"He followed me into an editing room," Millwee told the far-right website
Breitbart News in an October 2016 interview. "It was very small. There was
a chair. I was sitting in a chair. He came up behind me and started
rubbing my shoulders and running his hands down toward my breasts. And I
was just stunned. I froze. I asked him to stop. He laughed."

Millwee says the incidents escalated.

She said of a second incident: "He came in behind me. Started hunching me
to the point that he had an orgasm. He's trying to touch my breasts. And
I'm just sitting there very stiffly, just waiting for him to leave me
alone. And I'm asking him the whole time, 'Please do not do this. Do not
touch me. Do not hunch me. I do not want this.'"

She recalled a third time in which, she said, she wasn't aware Clinton was
in the building when he found her in the editing room.

Millwee says she did not report it to authorities because he was the
governor of Arkansas at the time and she worried about what would happen
if she came forward.

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