American News Mar 24, 2021 2:36 AM EST

Bill Clinton trends as people point out he may not be the best choice to interview Kamala Harris about 'empowering women and girls'

Social media pundits quickly pounced on the announcement, due to the topic contrasting with the allegations of rape and sexual assault against Clinton from many women over multiple decades.

Bill Clinton trends as people point out he may not be the best choice to interview Kamala Harris about 'empowering women and girls'
Ari Hoffman Seattle, WA
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Bill Clinton’s name began trending on Tuesday night following the announcement of the Clinton Foundation Global Initiative's annual meeting lineup which featured the former President slated to interview Vice President Kamala Harris about the impact of COVID-19 on women, and empowering women and girls in the US and around the world.

Social media pundits quickly pounced on the announcement, due to the topic contrasting with the allegations of rape and sexual assault against Clinton from many women over multiple decades.

In January 2020, a photo of Clinton surfaced of the former President on Jeffery Epstein's plane with a young girl named Chauntae Davies, who is alleged to having been Epstein’s "sex slave." Since the revelation more photos of Clinton with Epstein’s victims have been made public.

Clinton was also close associates with sex-trafficking billionaire and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and flew Epstein’s private jet oftenwhich reportedly offered passengers young girls for sex.

The event hosted by Harris’s alma mater, Howard University, is part of a four-day event for the 13th annual 'CGI University.' Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Stacey Abrams, and others are also scheduled to speak.

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