Obama Official and a Major Dem Donor Now Connected to Jeffrey Epstein – Watch
More prominent names have been added to the list of people who met with Jeffrey Epstein, the late financier and convicted sex offender. The new names include another Obama administration official and a major Democratic donor.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday that the calendar of Epstein’s private island, Little Saint James, includes entries for former Obama White House counsel Greg Craig and Democratic donor Leon Black. Craig met with Epstein on at least two occasions in 2011, while Black met with him on at least four occasions between 2002 and 2011.
Among other people the WSJ listed were William Burns, the current director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Obama official Kathryn Ruemmler, as well as leftist activist and professor Noam Chomsky.
The WSJ is now revealing more names and/or details from a calendar including Larry Summers, Reid Hoffman, and Woody Allen.
Larry Summers was the Secretary of the Treasury under Bill Clinton, Director of the National Economic Council under Barack Obama, and a former President of Harvard University. Even though Harvard stopped taking donations from Epstein after his guilty plea in 2008, Summers continued to meet with Epstein.
Woody Allen was a frequent guest at Epstein’s home. They got together “nearly every month in 2014 and 2015.” Allen’s spokesperson admitted Woody was “frequently invited to dinner parties at his townhouse,” but claimed “There were always other guests at those gatherings,” he never had a “business meeting with Epstein” and “not once spent time with him without Soon-Yi also being present.”
Epstein’s ties to the Democratic Party have been the subject of increasing scrutiny in recent months. In July 2022, it was revealed that Epstein had donated millions of dollars to Democratic causes over the years. He also had close ties to Bill Clinton, the former Democratic president.
Epstein was arrested in July 2022 on charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking. He died in prison in August 2022 while awaiting trial.
🚨BREAKING: Epstein’s Private Calendar Includes CIA Chief, Obama's White House counsel And Other Prominent Names
New never-seen documents obtained by the WSJ reveal more meetings with Epstein. Here's the notable names:
– Kathryn Ruemmler, a White House counsel under President… pic.twitter.com/FM0SQ6lLDO
— Mario Nawfal (@MarioNawfal) April 30, 2023