(The Post Millennial) – Visitor logs from the White House reveal that the now-deceased sex offender Jeffery Epstein visited during President Bill Clinton’s first term 17 times between 1993 and 1995. The visitor logs were obtained by the Daily Mail from the Clinton Presidential Library under a series of Freedom of Information Act requests.

Epstein visited Clinton at the Executive Mansion over the course of three years with the first invitation coming just a month after the former president’s inauguration in January 1993. The logs show the financier showed up on 14 separate days, even making two visits in a single day on three different occasions.

The logs indicated that Epstein’s first visit to the Clinton White House was on Feb. 25 1993. The individual who issued the invitation is listed as “Rubin” and the location of the visit is listed as “WW,” or West Wing.

The most prominent Rubin in the White House at the time was Robert Rubin, who served as director of the National Economic Council when Clinton took office.

Rubin would later go on to become Clinton’s Secretary of the Treasury in January 1995, and then, in 2007, chair of the Council on Foreign Relations, of which Epstein was also a member. Epstein donated $350,000 to the entity, money which it later gave to an organization which fights human trafficking.

Epstein would later be signed into the Clinton White House by “Kelley,” most likely Virginia Clinton Kelley, the mother of Bill Clinton. She was still alive at the time, Daily Mail noted, although the following month she died of cancer.

Clinton, among other prominent figures, was named by Epstein’s longtime former pilot Paul Visoski Jr. as a passenger who rode on the billionaire’s flights.

Photos have previously surfaced of both Epstein and Maxwell meeting Clinton inside the White House. The high-profile Ghislaine Maxwell trial is currently underway. A federal judge has approved the unsealing of another round of court documents linking the Epstein associate to the Clintons.