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Radar Online retracts report that claimed former Clinton aide had turned whistleblower in Epstein case

Doug Band had earlier confirmed that Bill Clinton had visited Epstein's infamous "pedophile island".

Radar Online has retracted its report which had alleged that close confidante of Bill Clinton, Doug Band, has cooperated with the federal sex trafficking investigation involving convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

The report had claimed that Band has turned into a whistleblower and has provided evidence to the US Justice Department that could implicate his former boss. The report has been retracted.

Doug Band had earlier confirmed that Bill Clinton had visited Epstein’s infamous “pedophile island”. According to Band, who was Clinton’s body man, the 42nd President of the United States travelled there with Epstein in January 2003.

Bill Clinton and his relationship with Jeffery Epstein has long been a source of immense speculation. ABC anchor Amy Robach was caught on hot mic saying that she had information about Clinton and Prince Andrew of the British Royal Family and that ABC killed the story.

Photographs also emerged in the media that showed Bill Clinton receiving a neck message from Epstein-victim Chaunte Davies with a smile on his face.

Doug Band had a fall out with the Clintons in 2015 following which he preferred to remain in the shadows out of the media glare. However, he broke his self-imposed protocol to give an interview to Vanity Fair.

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