Trump Vows to Release All Files on Jeffrey Epstein, Including ‘Client List’

Trump Vows to Release All Files on Jeffrey Epstein, Including ‘Client List’  declassify

President Donald Trump has vowed to release to the public all sealed files related to deceased child trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

Additionally, Trump pledged that once he’s reelected, he will also declassify all documents on 9/11 and President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

By releasing the Epstein files, Trump would also finally unseal the illusive “client list.”

The document is believed to contain the names of several of Esptein’s powerful high-profile child trafficking clients and accomplices.

Federal prosecutors have been battling to keep the “client list ” hidden from the public for years.

Several high-profile figures, including Elon Musk and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), have called on federal prosecutors to release the documents, but with no success.

Trump made the promises during a new interview with Fox & Friends.

The topic was brought up when co-host Rachel Campos-Duffy asked Trump, “Would you declassify the 9/11 files?”

“Yeah,” Trump responded.

Campos continued, “Would you declassify the JFK files?”

“Yeah, I did a lot of it,” Trump responded.

Campos asked again, “Would you declassify the Epstein files?”

“Yeah, I would,” Trump promptly asserted.


In the key segments of the interview that aired on Sunday, the GOP frontrunner weighed in on several key topics.

Aside from whether he would declassify several key files that have been the subject of speculation, Trump discussed what he seeks in an attorney general if elected this November

Trump also said he has two names in mind for potential attorney general picks.

However, he said he made mistakes with the critical decision during his first term.

The comment was an obvious reference to Jeff Sessions and Bill Barr.

During his presidency, Trump declassified over 19,045 documents related to the JFK assassination.

The docs were released on the National Archives website.

However, Trump did not manage to release all of the documents during his first term.