Trump Knew Nick Fuentes, Just Like He Knew Jeffrey Epstein
Media gives Trump a hall-pass for dining with a Holocaust-denier, just as they glossed over his ties to the convicted child sex-trafficker.
Dash Dobrofsky | Uncovering the Truth
In a 2002 interview, Trump described Epstein as a “Terrific guy…He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side.” In 2019, when Jeffrey Epstein was arrested on multiple charges of underage sex-trafficking, Trump said he “wasn’t a fan” of Epstein.
However, Trump was photographed partying with Epstein on multiple occasions, had been listed in Epstein’s ‘black book, and was named in the deposition of a 13-year-old plaintiff, Katie Johnson (pseudonym), who alleged that Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein had violently raped her at a 1994 party at Epstein’s residence.
Trump was also photographed with Ghislaine Maxwell — Epstein’s partner in crime — at various outings. Trump told the press he “wished her well” after she had been indicted for child sex-trafficking — of which she would be found guilty on multiple charges.
Despite the former President’s ties to the leaders of a child sex-trafficking ring — reporters have seldom followed up on probing Trump’s relationship with the two convicted pedophiles.
Epstein and Maxwell were not the first criminals Trump successfully distanced himself from.
After Trump’s 2016 campaign CEO, Steve Bannon, was arrested for siphoning millions of dollars from his “We build the wall” project — Trump said he felt “very badly” but that he “hadn’t dealt” with Bannon in a “very long period of time." He told this to reporters during a meeting with the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa al-Kadhimiof — an opportune time to ensure no follow up questions from the media.
Bannon would later admit that he spoke with Trump prior to the January 6th attack; evidently, the pair was dealing with each-other once again.
Prior to his 2016 election, Trump said he “didn’t know” David Duke — the former leader of the KKK who enthusiastically endorsed his candidacy in 2016. Trump told CNN “I know nothing about David Duke. I know nothing about white supremacists.”
However, Trump gave an interview in 1991 where he condemned George H.W. Bush for not disavowing David Duke — precisely what Trump refused to do in 2016.
Once more, demonstrating he knows the people he claims not to know.
Instead of challenging this all-too familiar catch phrase, NBC has decided to take Trump at his word — absolving him all accountability for breaking bread with a self-identified neo-Nazi.
NBC’s reporting calls Trump’s dinner a “trap” set up by Kanye West. Reporter Marc Caputo, who penned the article, claims Trump was “blindsided” by Nick Fuentes’ appearance. Further, Caputo doubles down that Trump had “no idea” who Fuentes was.
According to the evidence made available to the public, NBC’s reporting appears to be factually misleading.
NBC cites their primary source as a “…longtime Trump adviser, who didn’t want to go on the record criticizing his preferred candidate, said it was clear that Fuentes’ presence was part of a headline-grabbing setup.”
It is difficult to take the word of a “longtime advisor” to a President who issued 30,573 documented lies. Moreover, it is near-impossible to verify quotes from an anonymous MAGA-acolyte who still refers to Trump as a “preferred candidate.”
No journalist worth his/her salt would cite such a biased, non-credible source.
On its face, this article appears to be the works of Team Trump doing damage control — spinning the narrative away from the fact that he solicited the company of a Holocaust-denier.
However, even if one were take the word of NBC’s “source” at face value, the facts simply do not add up: