Documents related to Doug Band, who helped rebuild Clinton’s image in his post presidency following the Monica Lewinsky scandal, will be released in early January after a ruling by a judge in New York.
Six files related to Band are among the hundreds ordered unsealed by Judge Loretta Preska, a tranche of information which could give fresh insight into the former president’s dealings with Epstein.
Others could include Epstein’s powerful friends: the pedophile was known to have associated with Clinton, Prince Andrew, and former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak.
Band worked in Clinton’s White House Counsel’s office and served as Deputy Assistant to the President before becoming his chief advisor from 2002 to 2011.
With Band’s help, Clinton fashioned a new role for his post presidency with his Clinton Global Initiative which donated millions to good causes.