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Trump flew in Epstein’s Lolita Express plane more often than previously known

Donald Trump’s name appeared in the 1994 flight logs alongside the name of his daughter, Tiffany. (file photo)

Former President Donald Trump flew in the plane belonging to disgraced pedophile Jeffrey Epstein more often than was previously known, reveal flight logs.

Trump took at least seven trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolita Express private plane, according to the latest revelations.

The Republican leader was one of several high-profile passengers on the sex-predator financier’s private jet along with former US President Bill Clinton, British Prince Andrew, and celebrity lawyer Alan Dershowitz among others.

The logs entered into evidence in the ongoing trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, an Epstein sidekick who is accused of grooming underage girls for Epstein.

Despite having pleaded not guilty to all charges, the British citizen could potentially face between 70 to 80 years behind bars.

Maxwell’s defense is mostly focused on the idea that the victims may have given into "false memories."

The British socialite faces six charges in connection to facilitating a sex trafficking scheme with Epstein, who suspiciously died in prison in 2019.

US federal law bars recruiting or transporting people under the age of 18 to participate in a "commercial sex act."

Maxwell was arrested at her secluded mansion in New Hampshire in July 2020.

Epstein, whose suspicious death in a Manhattan prison in 2019 was reported as suicide, was known for partying with the high profile figures such as Trump.

The latest evidence showed Trump’s name in the 1994 flight logs alongside the names Marla, most probably a reference to his then-wife Marla Maples, Tiffany, then-infant daughter Tiffany Trump and a nanny.

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