President Confirms He Booted Epstein From Mar-A-Lago, Never Visited “Orgy Island”

(Tea Party PAC) – Ever since billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein was arrested and charged with child sex trafficking this week, it has been reported–albeit, not widely–that President Trump threw the disgraced financier out of his club years ago for hitting on a teenage girl.

Friday, the president confirmed he did indeed boot Epstein out of his resort, and that he has never visited Epstein’s private Caribbean island, nicknamed “Orgy Island.”

Speaking during a press conference on the White House lawn, Trump said that he “was not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein” and that kicking him out of his club happened “many, many years ago.”

“I was not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein, and you watched people yesterday say that I threw him out of a club,” Trump said in response to a reporter’s questions. “I didn’t want anything to do with him, that was many, many years ago.”

“Now, other people, they went all over with him, they went to his island, they went all over the place,” he continued. “He was very well-known in Palm Beach.”

“His island, wherever his island is, I was never there.”

“Find out the people who went to the island,” the president concluded. “But Jeffrey Epstein was not somebody I respected, I threw him out and in fact I think the great James Patterson, who’s a member of Mar-a-Lago, made the statement yesterday that many years ago I threw him out. I’m not a fan of Jeffrey Epstein.”

It can only be assumed that this falling out happened after 2002, when Trump praised Epstein, comments which the media has been exploiting this week.

In 2008, Epstein was originally convicted for sex crimes.

This week, we reported:

Jeffrey Epstein, who has long been accused of trafficking underage girls in New York and Florida, has finally been arrested and charged with these crimes.

The billionaire is expected to appear in a New York court on Monday. Over a decade ago, Epstein received a lenient plea deal after being accused of paying girls for sexual massages in Florida, which is a joke considering the multitude of evidence indicating he was doing much more.

Fox News reported this week:

In 2008, Epstein was sentenced to 13 months in prison, required to settle with his then-teenage victims and register as a sex offender; He could have faced life in prison.

The new charges accused him of sex trafficking minors between 2002 and 2005 by paying them cash for massages and sexually abusing them in his New York apartment and his Palm Beach residence. Several of his associates allegedly recruited the girls and some victims became recruiters themselves, according to the Daily Beast.