Key Words: Mother Jones strings together crime and politics with an exclusive alleging Florida madam sold Chinese execs access to Trump

If Teen Vogue wants to be counted for its Trump coverage, why not Mother Jones?

With serious roots in environmental policy and human rights, the typical grist of the periodical founded as a nonprofit in 1976 had long ago expanded to politics and crime. But with a Saturday release came a heavily reported, three-bylined exclusive that brought China and sex (already populating many Google searches this week) together under one tidy headline that included the president: “A Florida Massage Parlor Owner Has Been Selling Chinese Execs Access to Trump at Mar-a-Lago.”

David Corn, one of the article’s authors, drolly tweeted as he basked in the broader public’s interest in his magazine:

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