Bill Clinton spotted on yacht with 'Epstein-linked billionaire' ahead of Impeachment series about Monica Lewinsky affair

FORMER President Bill Clinton has been spotted on a yacht alongside billionaire brothers – one of whom has reported links to Jeffrey Epstein.

It comes ahead of the release of the series “American Crime Story: Impeachment,” which focuses on his affair with Monica Lewinsky.

Clinton, 75,  was pictured boarding a yacht with Alfonso and Pepe Fanjul in Sag Harbor, New York, on Tuesday. 

Both Clinton and Pepe Fanjul were close to convicted sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein and appeared in his “black book” with wealthy and influential contacts, reports claim.

The Fanjul brothers who own a sugar and real estate empire worth over $8 billion have been close to the Clinton family for decades.

Alfonso "Alfy", 84, is a longtime Democratic donor, while Jose "Pepe" 77, donated to Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.

In July a podcast claimed that the ex- President took two secret trips with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell, and even flew on the convicted paedophile's infamous private jet.

Investigative journalist Vicky Ward claimed on her podcast "Chasing Ghislaine" that Clinton flew on Epstein's jet, dubbed the "Lolita Express", in February 2005 while visiting Japan, Taiwan, and China.

It comes ahead of the release of the series "American Crime Story: Impeachment," which focuses on his affair with Monica Lewinsky.

Chelsea, Hillary and Bill Clinton have been spending time in the Hamptons ahead of the release of the much-anticipated series.

The show covers the national crisis that led to the first impeachment of a U.S. President in over a century.

It is reportedly based on Jeffrey Toobin's book "A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Story of the Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down a President." 

It is set to air on FX, September 7, 2021, at 10pm EST.

During the production of the show, the real Monica Lewinsky was an executive producer and even including the infamous thong flash that made headlines back in the day.

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