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Bill Clinton Gives Jeffrey Epstein's Suicide Watch Guard The 'A For Effort' Award

Bill Clinton Gives Jeffrey Epstein's Suicide Watch Guard The 'A For Effort' Award

On Saturday night, Bill Clinton and his staff quickly organized a ceremony that was held at the prison holding the now deceased, Jeffrey Epstein. According to Clinton, the ceremony is to recognize the security guard who was tasked with the 24/7 suicide watch over Epstein.

“While he ultimately couldn’t keep Jeffy alive, we think he did a hell of a job– a HELL of a job!” Clinton said pumping his fist.

It was a touching ceremony as the former President draped the little-known “A For Effort” medal around the guard’s neck. Next, the two did an elaborate and seemingly well-rehearsed handshake that lasted over a minute. Later, a member of the press asked why President Clinton handed the guard a black briefcase. “They always get $40,000 when they take care of—errr I mean, that was just the uhhh gift bag that comes with the medal,” Clinton said before getting in his vehicle.