President Donald Trump has been cleared of any wrongdoing in the recently released Jeffrey Epstein documents. Contrary to the hopes of Trump’s critics, the testimonies from witnesses and victims actually exonerate him. These documents contain transcripts of testimonies where Trump’s name is mentioned, but it is important to note that he is only brought up by lawyers questioning witnesses about him. The testimonies clearly indicate that witnesses deny any involvement between Trump and Epstein.

In fact, one victim goes as far as stating that Trump never flirted with her and dismisses any insinuation that he had inappropriate interactions with girls. The documents also confirm that Trump never visited Epstein’s residence or the infamous “Pedophile Island,” and he had no contact with underage girls.

Specifically, on page 112 of document 1320-12, there is a transcript of the examination of witness Johanna Sjoberg by Laura Menninger, who represents Epstein’s convicted sex trafficking accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell.

Sjoberg was questioned by Menninger regarding whether Trump had ever participated in “sexual contact” with her.

Sjoberg promptly responded, “No.”

Furthermore, she was inquired about whether she had ever provided Trump with a “massage” – an action that numerous victims were coerced into performing on Epstein and his influential acquaintances, including Bill Clinton.

Sjoberg firmly stated, “No.”

In the documents released in 2019 pertaining to the ongoing case, Menninger inquired about Giuffre’s prior engagements with journalist Sharon Churcher. Churcher penned an article asserting that Giuffre had alleged Trump’s flirtatious behavior towards her.

Nevertheless, Giuffre contested these allegations and maintained that she had expressed the opposite. Churcher was summoned to address the defamation charges related to certain claims made in her reports.

Menninger sought to ascertain from Giuffre whether any of Churcher’s published stories contained inaccuracies concerning Trump.

When given the text of Churcher’s reports about Trump, Giuffre placed a mark indicating something was wrong with a passage that read, “He didn’t partake in any sex with any of us but he flirted with me. He’d laugh and tell Jeffrey, ‘you’ve got the life.’”

Giuffre told Menninger: “It’s true that he didn’t partake in any sex with us, and – but it’s not true that he flirted with me. Donald Trump never flirted with me.”

Giuffre continued: “Then the next sentence is, ‘He’d laugh and tell Jeffrey, you’ve got the life.’ I never said that to [Churcher].”

“Have you ever been in Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein’s presence with one another?” Menninger asked.

“No,” Giuffre replied.

Giuffre said that she could not remember seeing Trump at Epstein’s island or home, in New Mexico, or New York.