ONN – Alabama Student Stays He’s A Trump Supporter Because Jeffrey Epstein Killed Himself
MSNBC has a reporter at the LSU-Alambama Game, and because President Trump is visiting to watch the contest.
The reporter gathered a group of Trump-supporting students to talk to them, as one and live, about how they think the Crimson Tide audience will respond to Trump’s appearance, and why they support the President. But, as it’s live television, that generally means one should expect the unexpected answer.
That’s exactly what happened.
After getting responses from the female student Trump supporters, the words of the one and only white male were totally hilarious. He said “I would say, the no-nonsense policies, and especially since Jeffrey Epstein did kill himself. That’s awesome, yeah.” It seemed like he only wanted to say that, and nothing else.
The reporter quickly shifted to the women, without missing a beat.
For those who don’t know, Jeffrey Epstein is the late New York billionaire who was accused of using young women as prostitutes. Once, two decades ago, Epstein and Trump were friends, but Trump has said many times that he ended that relationship years ago.
There are reports that Trump “caught” Epstein with one of his employees, and that severed the friendship.
This year, Jeffrey Epstein was jailed prior to a jury trial to determine if he did, indeed, use young women as prostitutes. While in prison, Epstein either killed himself or was killed while in custody. That has not been definitively determined as of now.
There are some who think that if Epstein made it to trial, he might implicate Trump is some way, a possibility the President has dismissed.
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