Attorney for Epstein Victim Says Trump Was ‘Only One’ Who Was Most Cooperative


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A years-old video featuring an attorney representing dozens of victims of the late convicted underage sex abuser Jeffrey Epstein has surfaced in which he made some substantial claims about Donald Trump during his lengthy investigation.

The attorney, Bradley Edwards, who served as legal counsel for over 70 individuals victimized by Epstein, revealed in a 2018 video published by the Conscious Resistance Network that Trump was the most accommodating and cooperative witness he subpoenaed during his years-long pursuit of justice on behalf of his clients.

Edwards, who is widely acknowledged for his significant role in facilitating the prosecution and conviction of Epstein, told the network’s founder Derrick Broze about Trump’s behavior in the video.

In the interview, Broze referenced a lawsuit filed against Trump by two previous alleged victims of Epstein, which was actually dismissed before it even went to trial. Broze then asked Edwards for his perspective on whether he thought the allegations against Trump were credible.

“The only thing that I can say about President Trump is that he is the only person who in 2009, when I served a lot of subpoenas against a lot of people … he is the only person that picked up the phone and said, ‘let’s just talk, I’ll give ya as much time as you want, I’ll tell ya what you need to know,’” Bradley explained.

“And [Trump] was very helpful in the information that he gave and gave no indication whatsoever that he was involved in anything untoward whatsoever,” Bradley added. “But [he] had good information that checked out, and that helped us, and that we didn’t have to take a deposition of him.”

Broze then asked about the reliability of claims by Trump that he permanently expelled Epstein from Mar-a-Lago after hearing that the future convicted pedophile was behaving inappropriately around underaged girls, to which Bradley confirmed he “definitely heard that.”



Epstein was the subject of a long-running lawsuit, and late Wednesday, a court released dozens of documents about the case that had been sealed.

The judge explained in a December letter that she was releasing the records because many of the details contained within are already known to the public. A large portion of the first 40 documents—out of an anticipated 250—mention individuals whose identities were previously known, such as prominent friends of Epstein’s and victims who have made public statements.

The papers contain numerous mentions of prominent figures, such as Trump, Britain’s Prince Andrew, famed Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, and former President Bill Clinton.

Having said that, though, it appears as though the sole mention of Trump throughout the papers exonerates him of any wrongdoing.

To begin, the documents do not support the idea that Trump ever paid a visit to Epstein’s house or island. The witness also denies ever giving a “massage” to Trump.

While this appears to be good news for Trump, the same can’t be said for Clinton.

According to the court documents, Epstein allegedly said that Bill Clinton “likes them young.”

They were submitted as part of a defamation suit that Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who accused Epstein of numerous crimes and abuses, had filed against Ghislaine Maxwell, the madam of the late sicko, in 2015. The case has since been resolved.

At the 2001 Epstein townhouse in Manhattan, another victim Johanna Sjoberg testified in a deposition taken in 2016 that the Duke of York placed his hand on her breast while she sat on his lap.

Sjoberg was also asked about Epstein’s comments on Clinton in the same deposition.

“[Epstein] said one time that Clinton likes them young, referring to girls,” she testified.

Reports surfaced in the days preceding the unsealing claiming that “John Doe 36” appeared more than fifty times in the redacted documents mentioning Clinton.

According to reports, Giuffre’s early efforts to get Clinton to testify against Maxwell and Epstein were the thought to be the source of many of the Clinton references, even though they did not intend to implicate him in any wrongdoing.

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