Bill Gates Reveals His Relationship With Jeffrey Epstein, And It’s Amazing

Bill Gates expressed regret for his friendship with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein during a recent interview with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper.

After charges of Epstein’s relationship with children were made public, Gates felt that helping to rehabilitate Epstein’s public image behind the scenes would be a good idea.

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According to the Daily Wire:

The Microsoft co-relationship founder’s with Epstein — a former banker and convicted sex offender who purportedly committed suicide in his jail cell — was said to be a major factor in his divorce from Melinda Gates. On Monday, the pair called it quits after a twenty-seven-year marriage, according to court filings.

According to another story, after his sex misdeeds became known, Gates pressured Epstein to change his public image. Gates “encouraged Epstein to repair his image in the media following his 2008 guilty plea for soliciting a child for prostitution, and explored Epstein being associated with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,” according to The Daily Beast. Meetings at Epstein’s estate in New York, according to a source, were a “means of getting away from Melinda.”


Gates is suddenly understanding that assisting a pedophile was a bad choice, admitting that it was a “big error” to spend time with him.

“It was a terrible error to spend time with him and give him the credibility of being there,” Gates admitted. “You know, there were a lot of other people in that circumstance, but I messed up.”

Gates claimed that he only had “many dinners” with Epstein because he hoped “what he mentioned about acquiring billions of dollars for world health through relationships he had may emerge.”

Gates also addressed his divorce, calling it a “sad milestone” since “Melinda is a wonderful person, and that partnership coming to an end is a source of great personal pain.”


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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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