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Epstein’s Private Calendar Lists Current CIA Director, Fmr. Obama Adviser

'The director does not recall any further contact...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Newly released Jeffrey Epstein documents obtained by the Wall Street Journal indicated that the pedophile met with high-level officials after he was charged, including the current CIA director and an Obama-era White House counsel.

Specifically, the documents reportedly suggest that Epstein met with CIA director William Burns; Noam Chomsky, a left-wing activist academic; Leon Botstein, the longtime president of Bard College; and Kathryn Ruemmler, White House counsel under Obama.

All of those in question have maintained that they were meeting Epstein for purely professional or social reasons. Chomsky, for instance, apparently said in an email that Epstein had arranged for him to meet with former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak.

Epstein’s schedule does not specify the reason for the meetings. All of them, however, took place after Epstein served prison time for a 2008 sex crime involving a teenage girl, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Burns, for instance, met with Epstein a decade ago while looking for a new job in the private sector, according to Tammy Kupperman Thorp, a CIA spokeswoman.

“The director did not know anything about him, other than that he was introduced as an expert in the financial services sector and offered general advice on transition to the private sector,” she told the Journal. “They had no relationship.”

However, Thorp also reportedly denied that any further communication took place between Burns and Epstein, despite there having been several meetings in 2014 listed on Epstein’s schedule.

“The director does not recall any further contact,” she reportedly said.

Chomsky’s meeting with Epstein was scheduled to take place in Epstein’s Manhattan home in 2015.

Botstein allegedly met with Epstein on numerous occasions, even inviting Epstein to the Bard College campus.

Ruemmler, Obama’s former legal counsel, reportedly met with Epstein dozens of times, both during her White House tenure and after, when she made the move to Goldman Sachs.

The revelations are only the most recent examples of elites corresponding with the famous pedophile.

Top officials from Google, JP Morgan, and Hyatt have also had their relations with Epstein scrutinized in recent months as more documents are released to the public.

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