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Trump retweets conspiracy theory implying Clintons linked to Epstein death

FOXNews.com Saturday, 10 August 2019
President Trump added to the mounting speculation behind multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein's apparent suicide on Saturday when he retweeted a post that implied former President Bill Clinton and his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, were behind his death.
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President Donald Trump spread a conspiracy theory about the death of Jeffrey Epstein. According to Business Insider, the accused sex trafficker was found dead from an apparent suicide. The conspiracy questions Epstein’s death as a suicide and points the blame to the Clintons. Bureau of Prisons...

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