Terrence K. Williams Defends President Trump Retweeting Epstein Conspiracy Theory
The conservative comedian and commentator said that President Trump wasn't necessarily endorsing the theory.
Comedian Terrance K. Williams is coming to President Trump's defense about retweeting a conspiracy theory that the Clintons could be behind Jeffrey Epstein's suicide.
Williams went viral over the weekend after he spread the theory on Twitter. “[Epstein] had information on the Clintons, he ended up dead. For some odd reason people who had information on the Clintons end up dead and it's usually by suicide,” Williams says in the video he posted online.
Asked about his theory, Williams repeatedly told Inside Edition that "we cannot rule anybody out."
"We cannot even rule Bugs Bunny out," said Williams.
He added that by retweeting the post, Trump wasn't necessarily endorsing it.
Trump also defended his decision to retweet Williams' post.
“The retweets, which is what it was, a retweet, was from somebody that is a very respected conservative pundit, so I think I was fine, yes,” he told reporters this week.
A spokesperson for the Clintons called the conspiracy theory "ridiculous" and said it was "of course not true, and Donald Trump knows it."
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