"I wish her all the best": Trump sends a support message to the imprisoned Epstein "Madam" while she is waiting for her child sex trial
- The president told reporters that he wished them all the best at his press conference on Tuesday
- When asked if he believed Maxwell would make powerful people in a plea, Trump replied saying he hadn't followed it too much.
- He admitted to having met her several times over the years
- Jeffrey Epstein's alleged woman was refused bail last week for attracting underage girls so that the convicted pedophile could abuse her
Donald Trump has sent a support message to Ghislaine Maxwell while she is waiting for her child sex trial.
The president admitted to having met Jeffrey Epstein's wife "several times" over the years and wished her well for his Tuesday press conference – his first since the vow to return to coronavirus news when US cases arise.
His support for Maxwell comes after Maxwell was denied bail last week for attracting underage girls so that the convicted pedophile could sexually abuse them.
Donald Trump has sent a support message to Ghislaine Maxwell while she is waiting for her child sex trial
When asked by a reporter whether he believed Maxwell would give up the names of powerful people in exchange for a plea deal, Trump replied that he "hadn't followed too much," but "wishes her all the best".
"I only wish her all the best," he said.
"I have met them many times over the years, especially since I lived in Palm Beach and I think they have lived in Palm Beach."
Trump then reiterated his good wishes for Maxwell, but said he knew nothing about the "situation" with Prince Andrew.
"But I wish her all the best," he said.
"I don't know the situation with Prince Andrew. I don't know, I'm just not aware of it. & # 39;
58-year-old Maxwell was denied bail last Tuesday and was told that she must remain locked up until her trial in summer 2021.
Epstein's accused woman did not plead guilty to sex trafficking charges brought against her by several women.