Wow, we started again.
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The infamous “Clinton Body Count” has just risen.
Bill Clinton’s special adviser who allowed Jeffrey Epstein to enter the White House seven times has died at the age of 59.
Incoming government reports do not list the cause of death, but the website Citizen Free Press has a source in Arkansas who says Mark Middleton’s death was a suicide. The source said Middleton was suffering from depression and took his own life near Petit Jean Mountain in Maryleton, Arkansas, about 40 miles from Little Rock.
If you’re a “close friend” or “former adviser” to Clinton, your chances of a long and happy life are slim.
And this guy looks like he has a lot of secrets …
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The Daily Mail reports that Bill Clinton’s former special adviser, who helped strengthen his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, has died at the age of 59, his last aide to the former president.
Mark Middleton’s family said he died in a statement on Saturday that did not specify the cause of death.
Little Rock, a father of two, lives in Arkansas and has told local law enforcement and county coroner Dailymail.com that they are not investigating the death and have not responded.
The Middleton family did not respond to a request for comment.
Middleton ran an air-conditioning business in Little Rock for decades, but in the 1990s he was a special adviser to Clinton and finance director in his presidential campaign.
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At the time, Middleton admitted Epstein to seven of the late pedophile visits to the Clinton White House at least 17 times.
Middleton also flew in Epstein’s plane and appears to have acted as a tube between the two men.
Looks like Mr. Middleton had a lot of luggage, and it’s never a good thing when you’re “close” to Clinton.
Middleton’s death was announced in a Facebook post for the family’s air conditioning company, Middleton Heat & Air – now deleted.
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The company was the largest HVAC provider in the state, according to a report from Arkansas Business.
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