Bill Clinton got some bad news about a judge releasing these Jeffrey Epstein documents

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Bill Clinton’s association with deceased pedophile Jeffrey Epstein has never received a full accounting.

But it may soon.

And Bill Clinton got some bad news about a judge releasing these bombshell Jeffrey Epstein documents.

After Jeffrey Epstein died in a Manhattan jail cell under mysterious circumstances everyone figured Epstein’s client list would remain secret forever.

But a judge in Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts’s defamation case against Epstein Madame Ghislaine Maxwell is set to release documents naming 167 Epstein associates, which will include the names of rich and powerful men who traveled and partied with Epstein as well as who potentially took part in his crimes.

The Daily Mail reports:

The final batch of court documents containing ‘salacious’ allegations related to 167 of Jeffrey Epstein’s associates, victims, and employees, will finally be unsealed – nearly four years after the disgraced financier’s death.

The material will be made public in the coming months and, can reveal, is expected to include information pertaining to at least one ‘public figure.’

The documents refer to ‘alleged perpetrators’ or individuals accused of ‘serious wrongdoing’, as well as law enforcement officers and prosecutors, according to a declaration filed on Wednesday.

It is unknown if Bill Clinton’s name will appear in this document dump.

But it will clean up one of the outstanding mysteries of the Clinton-Epstein relationship.

Doug Band was a former Clinton intern who rose to the height of power in the Clinton empire.

After Clinton left office, Band was Clinton’s top aide and tasked with rehabilitating Clinton’s image.

In an interview with Vanity Fair’s Gabriel Sherman, Band recounted Clinton’s infamous 2002 trip to Africa with Epstein and how Band wanted Epstein out of Clinton’s orbit, but how Epstein continued to cultivate his friendship with Clinton through donations to the Clinton Foundation.

“Band told me he had been trying to push Epstein out of Clinton’s orbit ever since their much-discussed 2002 trip to Africa aboard Epstein’s private 727, dubbed the ‘Lolita Express.’ Band recalled that Epstein had made a bunch of ridiculous claims on the trip, like boasting that he invented the derivatives market. Band said he had no idea about Epstein’s sex crimes back then but got enough bad vibes that he advised Clinton to end the relationship. But Clinton continued to socialize with Epstein and take his money. In 2006 Epstein donated $25,000 to the Clinton Foundation. Clinton made more than two dozen trips on Epstein’s jet around this time, Epstein’s flight logs show,” Sherman wrote.

Sherman reported that Band told him Clinton even visited Epstein’s private island in 2003.

“In January 2003, according to Band, Clinton visited Epstein’s private Caribbean island, Little St. James. Band said it was one of the few trips he declined to go on in his time with Clinton,” Sherman added.

Clinton’s office denied this and provided travel logs to supposedly back up their case.

But Clinton’s office was also originally dishonest about the number of times Clinton flew aboard Epstein’s private plane.

A Clinton spokesman said Clinton only flew on Epstein’s plane four times.

That is not true.

And the release of the Epstein documents will likely settle the question about whether or not Clinton visited Epstein’s Island.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date with any new developments in this ongoing story.