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Former President Bill Clinton tried to push back on reporting about trips he took with Jeffery Epstein where Secret Service were not listed on flight manifests, but failed to address why records show he took six separate trips on the “Lolita Express.”

Clinton’s press secretary Angel Ureña said Monday that Clinton had traveled four times in total with the alleged child sex trafficker, and “Supporters of the Foundation, and his Secret Service detail, traveled on every leg of every trip.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Ureña only responded to a Washington Examiner inquiry about the trips after publication. Ureña did not reply to repeated questions about the discrepancy between the number of trips Clinton, 72, said he took with Epstein and the flight logs. He stated that the Secret Service would say that”President Clinton has never declined protection.”

RELATED: Discrepancy discovered over Clinton’s trips on Epstein’s ‘Lolita Express’

The Washington Examiner sent “detailed questions” about why Clinton was not accompanied by Secret Service on two 2002 trips — one in Asia and one in Africa —  as indicated by Epstein flight records. The Examiner says both Ureña and the Secret Service claim to have been present during the two 2002 trips.

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