VIDEO: Trump defends ‘retweet’ he posted about Epstein’s death

AUGUST 13, 2019

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President Trump on Tuesday defended promoting a baseless conspiracy theory that ties the Clintons to the death of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, saying it was “fine” because he was only retweeting what someone else said.

“The retweet — which is what it was, it was a retweet — was from somebody that is a very respected conservative pundit. So I think it was fine,” Trump told reporters before heading to Pennsylvania for a speech.

The article goes on to state the following:

Asked later if he truly believes the Clintons are involved in Epstein’s death, Trump said “I have no idea” before pointing to former President Bill Clinton’s relationship with the disgraced financier.

President Trump had re-tweeted a post originally published on Twitter by Terrence K. Williams, who suggested that Epstein had information on Bill Clinton.  After Trump’s remarks to reporters, Williams posted the video of the president, and wrote, “President Trump just spoke about me when asked about retweeting my video. Thank you @realDonaldTrump for the kind words. They are going crazy over a retweet because they have nothing else to complain about since the Russia HOAX is over!”

Below is the post which President Trump re-tweeted:

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