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Some online commentators described it as a “murder attempt.”“Men in high places want Epstein dead,” one Twitter use wrote.Hours after Epstein’s death Saturday, as the hashtag #EpsteinMurder was trending worldwide on Twitter, the president joined Twitter speculation around Epstein’s death while under the federal government’s watch.Trump, who rose to conservative prominence by falsely claiming Obama wasn’t born in the U.S., retweeted unsubstantiated claims about Epstein’s death.When asked on “Fox News Sunday” about the president’s retweet, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said, “I think the president just wants everything to be investigated.”She also said “it’s not for me to go further than where the DOJ and FBI are right now,” though that’s what Trump appeared to be doing in his retweet.Other politicians also took to social media to question the circumstances.Republican Sen. Rick Scott of Florida, the state where some of Epstein’s alleged sexual abuse crimes took place, suggested the possibility that others might have been involved in Epstein’s death when he called on corrections officials to explain what happened at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan.“The Federal Bureau of Prisons must provide answers on what systemic failures of the MCC Manhattan or criminal acts allowed this coward to deny justice to his victims,” he tweeted.Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, now an attorney for Trump, tweeted out several questions about Epstein’s death.“Who was watching?

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