RFK Jr. Admits He Twice Flew On Jeffrey Epstein’s Jet And Wife Had Relationship With Ghislaine Maxwell

DAMNING Admission: I was on..


Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. acknowledged on Tuesday that he had taken flights on the private jet of the late Jeffrey Epstein on two occasions, revising his earlier statement of just one flight. Additionally, he disclosed that his former spouse had a connection with Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s associate.

The independent candidate revealed his association with the infamous individual in response to questions from Fox News’ Jesse Watters, who was probing into the candidate’s ethical considerations.


Kennedy stated that he had been on Jeffrey Epstein’s aircraft on two occasions, referring to the plane commonly known as the “Lolita Express” because of its use in transporting girls to Epstein’s controversial private island.

“I was on it in 1993 and I was on it in — and I went to Florida with my wife and two children to visit my mom over Easter. My wife had some kind of relationship with Ghislaine Maxwell, and they offered us a ride to Palm Beach. I went then, and on another occasion I flew again with my family with, I think, four of my children and Mary, my wife, to Rapid City, South Dakota, to go fossil hunting for a weekend. Otherwise, I was never on his jet alone. This was in ’93, so it was 30 years ago — before anybody knew about Jeffrey Epstein’s nefarious issues,” he said.

Kennedy further asserted that he has been transparent about his association with Epstein since the early stages of his campaign. Nevertheless, the spokesperson for the unconventional candidate informed Newsweek last month that Kennedy had flown only once on Jeffrey Epstein’s private jet, providing details about the trip during Easter to visit his mother.

During the conversation with Watters on Tuesday night, Kennedy emphasized the importance of a comprehensive disclosure of Epstein’s social and political associations, as documented in his “little black book,” which contains names and phone numbers of prominent individuals.

Last month, Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) urged the Senate Judiciary Committee to issue a subpoena against Epstein’s estate, aiming to acquire a roster of individuals who had traveled on the notorious plane of the convicted sex offender.