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Former President Donald Trump allegedly had concerns that his old pal Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged madame Ghislaine Maxwell would spill secrets about him to the government. The bombshell revelation is reported in author Michael Wolff’s forthcoming book, Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency. Sources claim Trump questioned whether Maxwell had plans to try to score a plea deal by turning on him and his other wealthy friends. Insiders claim the then-President was heard asking aides following Maxwell’s arrest, “Has she say anything about me? And “Is she going to talk? Will she roll on anybody?” The statements were reportedly made by Trump in his final month in office. The situation became so dire for the businessman that he considered issuing a pardon for Maxwell. Epstein allegedly killed himself while awaiting trial on sex trafficking and conspiracy charges. Maxwell reportedly helped Epstein run a decades-long sex trafficking enterprise. Many questions have been raised surrounding his death as conspiracy theorists believe his rich friends wanted their secrets kept hidden and feared him turning on them in his criminal case.

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