According to Bill Gates, meeting with Jeffrey Epstein “several times” was a “huge mistake.”

Even though the conversation with him appeared to downplay the horrors of what he had done, Gates subsequently admitted:

According to Bill Gates, the wealthy computer magnate, and philanthropist, meeting with Jeffrey Epstein was a “huge mistake,” and he acknowledged doing so “several times.”

During an interview with the TODAY Show, which aired on Tuesday morning, the now-divorced father of three confirmed having made the revelation. To Gates, the interaction with Epstein, who is now deceased, was “definitely a significant mistake,” not just because it was his first encounter with him but also because he met with him numerous times over several months.

In addition to being a co-founder of Microsoft, Gates is often considered to be one of the world’s wealthiest individuals. An endowment of approximately $50 billion has been established by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by him and his ex-wife, Melinda French Gates. One of the reasons Bill Gates met with Epstein was to discuss the “goal of raising money for global health,” as Gates phrased it.

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“I had no idea that the discussion with him had virtually brought the truly horrible things that he had done down to a more manageable level,” Gates said of the meeting with him. There have been several important blunders that I’ve made, and I’ve gained a great deal of knowledge from them.”