Old flight logs revealing that former Presidents Bill Clinton and Donald Trump took trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s famed “Lolita Express” jet resurfaced Monday, on the anticipated eve of the bombshell court records dump expected to reveal hundreds of names tied to the financier’s sex-trafficking ring.
The 42nd and 45th commanders-in-chief were exposed as some of the high-profile passengers who rubbed elbows with the pedophile when the logs were released two years earlier during convicted madam Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial.
Clinton is also expected to be identified as “John Doe 36,” who is mentioned more than 50 times in documents related to a 2015 lawsuit from Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre set to be released as early as Tuesday.
The flight logs, publicly available since December 2021, made the rounds on social media Monday, with many pointing out that the names of the two US presidents repeatedly appeared throughout the 118 pages.
Lawyer Alan Dershowitz, former US Sen. George Mitchell (D-Maine) and disgraced Prince Andrew are other big names who were outed as passengers.
Trump took at least seven trips on a private plane between 1993 and 1997, sometimes with members of his family.
Then-real estate developer Trump and Epstein were known associates at the time and were regularly seen together at formal events.
The logs, however, do not indicate that Trump or Clinton ever visited Epstein’s island in the Caribbean, the center of his international sex-trafficking ring.
The Democrat was an even more frequent flier, taking at least nine trips on the jet to places including Paris, Bangkok and Brunei.
Clinton was photographed on the jet numerous times and had Epstein as a guest to the White House on at least 17 occasions during his presidency, but has denied having any nefarious connections with the sex offender.
He is expected to be named as one of the 170 people — previously known only as John and Jane Does — with ties to Epstein who will soon be revealed in the new year.
The documents are not expected to implicate Clinton in any illegal activity.
Several people identified in the documents have already had their association with Epstein or his vile sex-trafficking ring exposed.
Many accusers and alleged victims are expected to be named, along with people who worked for Epstein over the years, were a part of his inner circle or allegedly participated in his crimes.