January 7, 2023 – Epstein files: Reveals unfounded claims against Trump that were retracted and debunked years ago

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The new Jeffrey Epstein documents expose Sarah Ransome sent e-mails to a reporter claiming her friend, Jen, had sex with Donald Trump at Epstein’s New York home. She has retracted this and other statements.

“She confided in me about her casual ‘friendship’ with Donald. Mr. Trump definitely seemed to have a thing for her and she told me how he kept going on about how he liked her ‘pert nipples,’” Ransome wrote in a 2016 e-mail.

“I also know she had sexual relations with Trump at Jeffery’s NY mansion on regular occasions,” she added.

Ransome walked back the allegations against Trump in an Oct. 23, 2016 e-mail with New York Post columnist Maureen Callahan writing, “I would like to retract everything I have said to you and walk away from this,” according to the filing.

In the fall of 2016, Ransome also suggested to the New York Post that she had sex tapes of half a dozen prominent people including Bill Clinton and Trump—but couldn’t provide the tapes when asked. Ransome told reporter Connie Bruck of The New Yorker she had invented the tapes to draw attention to Epstein’s behavior, and to make him believe that she had evidence that would come out if he harmed her.

It should be noted that Ransome’s attorney was David Boies. Bradley Edwards wrote in his book Relentless Pursuit he noticed red flags with Boies that gave him pause including that Boies had a relationship with Epstein.

In October of 2017, The New Yorker and the New York Times were investigating accusations of sexual abuse against Harvey Weinstein who was Boies’s client at that time.

Boies’s firm hired Black Cube, a private intelligence company run by former Israeli military operatives, to disrupt the reporting. In the process, Black Cube operatives impersonated a source and assumed other false identities to gather information on the reporters. Boies said that he regretted not supervising Black Cube more closely.

The New York Times severed its ties with Boies after he was linked to the clandestine effort to spy on their reporters and prevent the publication of a damaging story about Weinstein.

“We never contemplated that the law firm would contract with an intelligence firm to conduct a secret spying operation aimed at our reporting and our reporters,” the newspaper said in a statement.

It’s also interesting that Ransome’s claims about Trump were at the time Wikileaks was releasing the Podesta E-mails exposing Pizzagate in 2016 and before that year’s presidential Election Day.

It also should be emphasized that Edwards — who represented dozens of victims — said none of the witnesses he interviewed claimed there was inappropriate sexual behavior by Trump nor was he ever around when minors were present. (@LizCrokin)

A federal judge issued an order Monday to redact newly released images of deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, his partner Ghislaine Maxwell and young girls and women on his infamous Caribbean island.

U.S. District Court Judge Loretta Preska of the Southern District of New York ordered for a collection of photos from Epstein’s Little St. James Island to be redacted after they were disclosed in a court filing unsealed Monday. (The Daily Caller, 1/8/2023)

Judge Preska Order by James Lynch