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Yuuuuge NBC "scoop": Trump and Epstein together in 1992 video


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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Hotair.com: “Yuuuuge NBC "scoop": Trump and Epstein together in 1992 video”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

And … so? NBC News thinks it has uncovered video evidence that proves a relationship between Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein, but it might only add to the evidence of their own desperation. They found an old clip of Trump welcoming Epstein to Mar-a-Lago in 1992 from an episode of the tabloid show A Closer Look, featuring it on the Today show and in a news bulletin headlined “Tape shows Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein discussing women at 1992 party.”

Later in the footage, Trump is seen talking to Epstein and another man while they watch the women on the dance floor. Trump noted the presence of an NBC camera to Epstein, and both point out women, while Trump occasionally claps and dances to the beat.

Though exactly what they say is difficult to understand, Trump is seen gesturing to a woman and appears to say to Epstein, “Look at her, back there. … She’s hot.” Epstein reacted with a smile and nod.

Trump then said something else into Epstein’s ear that caused Epstein to double over with laughter.

Oooh, they’ve got him now … except that’s not actually what Trump has said about Epstein. He said that he knew Epstein from the Palm Beach scene and that they had a “falling out” fifteen years ago. The falling out has been already reported, and it involved Epstein’s apparent attempt to prey on teenagers at Mar-a-Lago about a decade after this party clip. Trump never claimed not to have been in the same room as Epstein or never to have talked with him at all, and we already knew that Epstein had been to Mar-a-Lago because Trump kicked him out in 2002. And having a “falling out” is at least a tacit acknowledgment of having at least a pleasant acquaintance with a person before that event.

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