Adam Klasfeld Reports On Alleged Victim Testimony In The Ghislaine Maxwell Federal Trial

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“Jane,” the first accuser to testify against Ghislaine Maxwell at her sex trafficking trial, agreed that Jeffrey Epstein introduced her to Donald Trump when she was 14 years old, long before he became a U.S. president.

“Mr. Epstein introduced you to Donald Trump, correct?” Maxwell’s attorney Laura Menninger asked.

“Jane” answered in the affirmative.

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