You Won't Believe Who Hillary Clinton Hired As 'Chief Of Staff' In 2011


The Clintons' relationship with Maxwell and Epstein remains under scrutiny following the arrest and death of the sex trafficking financier and the British socialite's recent arrest.

When more and more evidence keeps coming to the surface about the Clintons' and their connections to Jeffery Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, their denial just makes them look all the more guilty.

It has been reported that Bill visited Epstein's private island and was involved in the child abuse that took place there. And while he claims to have cut ties with Epstein in 2008 when he went to jail for having sex with a minor his lover Maxwell was a guest at Chelsea Clinton's wedding in 2010.

The latest piece of proof comes from Hillary's time as Secretary of State when she hired the son of Maxwell's sister as 'chief of staff" in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs from May 2011 to June 2012.

According to Tabloid OK! Magazine, Alaxander Djerassi, Maxwell's nephew, had just graduated from college in 2007 when he was given his first job and got "special treatment" from the former First Lady. However, a friend of Djerassi claims that Maxwell had no part in getting him the job.

The friend said, "These are false allegations against a talented and qualified public servant."

Before he joined the State Department, where he also worked as a "special assistant" in 2009, Djerassi worked as a policy associate for Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign before she lost the Democratic nomination to Barack Obama.

The Yale and Princeton graduate would later return as 'national security policy planner' for Clinton's failed presidential run in 2016.

Currently, Djerassi is a nonresident associate at the Carneigie Endowement for International Peace think tank.
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