Trump just “liked” a tweet connecting the Florida “massage” parlor to himself and Mar-a-Lago

The nation has been abuzz over the news that the owner of the Florida massage parlor where New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was busted paying for sex acts is a big-time Trump donor who has been selling Chinese executives access to the president.

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Mother Jones broke the story on Li Yang on Saturday, pulling back the curtain on yet another twisted and tangled way that the ravenous grifters that surround the president capitalize on his insistence on spending every weekend golfing at his estate in Florida — and making it clear that access to the levers of power are available to anyone who wants them, for the right price.

The man at the center of this corruption ring, President Donald Trump, does not seem to be too upset by these revelations if his Twitter account is any indication. Social media users were stunned to see the TrumpAlert bot, which tracks social media interaction by Trump family members, announce that Trump’s Twitter account had “liked” the Mother Jones story about how his club members are committing flagrantly unethical acts in addition to sex trafficking.

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Perhaps it’s the president’s knee-jerk desire to “like” anything with his name on it, or perhaps he is simply flaunting his perceived invulnerability and utter confidence that he’ll never have to face any consequences for his actions. It’s now up to Special Counsel Mueller and the Department of Justice to make sure that that isn’t the case.

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Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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