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Good Wishes Ghislaine

As Donald Trump repeats his good wishes to Ghislaine Maxwell and associates jump to justify why they chose to be connected, it becomes clear these people happily ignored what was so obviously in front of them

Whilst Donald Trump has ludicrously “wished [Ghislaine Maxwell] well” in yet another interview, one can only surmise that the 45th President knows that the incarcerated mucky madam is a genuine danger to his business interests and political prospects.

 

Speaking to Axios’s Jonathan Swan on Tuesday, Trump, when asked about his previous “good wishes,” went further than prior. In response to the interviewer enquiring: “Why would you do that?” came:

 

“Firstly, I don’t know that, but I do know that her friend or boyfriend Epstein was either killed or committed suicide in jail.”

 

“She’s now in jail. Yeah, I wish her well. I’d wish you well, I’d wish a lot of people well. Good luck. Let them prove that somebody was guilty. Do you know she was guilty?”

 

The 45th POTUS continued:

 

“Her boyfriend died in jail and people are still trying to figure out how did that happen. Was it suicide? Was he killed? And I do wish her well and I’m not looking at anything bad for her. I’m not looking bad for anybody.”

 

“And they took that and they made such a big deal and all it is is that her boyfriend died in jail. Was he killed? Was it suicide? I wish her well.”

 

Aside from the fact that Trump repeatedly emphasised the links between Epstein and Maxwell as “boyfriend” and thus “girlfriend” – which suggests he is keen to distinctly intertwine them and distance himself personally – he unsurprisingly did not bring up that he and Trump once were the only two men present at a ‘party’ where 28 women were paraded before them, for example.

 

Facing electoral uncertainty, Donald Trump knows that Ghislaine Maxwell could sing like a canary and whilst trying to appear graceful like a swan, is actually peddling like crazy underneath. ‘Bouncing Bob’s’ vile daughter is truly the ultimate threat to his presidential future and elsewhere, in this morning’s Daily Mail another example of a turncoat happy to associate with the gruesome duo when times were good came.

 

Claiming to be “young, naïve and lucky to escape,” Clemmie Hambro gave an interview talking of how and why she’d ended up in the now infamous address book and in now unsealed travel logs that show she went to both ‘Paedo Island’ and Epstein’s ranch in New Mexico.

 

“My heart breaks for all the surviors” blubbed this aristocrat whom unbelievably added: “I didn’t really enjoy myself there.” All one is left thinking is: “If it was so bad the first time, why did you go back for more?”

 

With friends like these, who’d need enemies; this entire cesspit needs clearing… And then, next and even worse, there’s the Clintons… No good wishes are required for a single one of them.

 

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Good Wishes Ghislaine – Donald Trump fears Ghislaine Maxwell – As Donald Trump repeats his good wishes to Ghislaine Maxwell and associates jump to justify why they chose to be connected, it becomes clear these people happily ignored what was so obviously in front of them.
Good Wishes Ghislaine – Donald Trump’s links to both Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell were clear. He has been pictured with them both on many occasions.
Good Wishes Ghislaine – Donald Trump fears Ghislaine Maxwell – As Donald Trump repeats his good wishes to Ghislaine Maxwell and associates jump to justify why they chose to be connected, it becomes clear these people happily ignored what was so obviously in front of them.
Good Wishes Ghislaine – Bill Clinton also has much to fear from the incarcerated mucky madam Maxwell. He even took the infamous ‘Lolita Express’ on occasions and in spite of his denials, records prove to the contrary.
Good Wishes Ghislaine – Donald Trump fears Ghislaine Maxwell – As Donald Trump repeats his good wishes to Ghislaine Maxwell and associates jump to justify why they chose to be connected, it becomes clear these people happily ignored what was so obviously in front of them.
Good Wishes Ghislaine – Whilst Clemmie Hambro is perfectly entitled to justify why she ended up in the infamous Epstein-Maxwell address book, one has to question why – if she thought these people so ghastly – she went back for more. Plainly, here was a woman blinded by the connections, power and wealth of the pugnacious pair; it does not make her guilty of anything, but the interview did her no favours at all.

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  1. Well the pair of them may, one day, be chatting on the prison tin cup grapevine. She will surely sing like a bird if it’s the difference between ten or thirty years.

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