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Donald Trump has a long to-do list on Friday. Ours is much simpler.

MoJo Reader,

In three days, Donald Trump will be sworn in as president—as journalists and citizens, we've never faced a test like the one that starts then.

In fact, based on his campaign promises, he has quite the to-do list for his first day in office.

We have one, too, but it is much simpler: keep on digging for the truth every day—and ask our readers to join us with support that keeps going every day by starting a tax-deductible monthly donation to Mother Jones.

Here are just a few of the highlights of what Trump and Mike Pence have promised to do this Friday:

  • "Repeal Obamacare."
  • "Begin swiftly removing criminal illegal immigrants from this country." (Actually, Trump has promised to do this in his "first hour" in office.)
  • "Begin working on an impenetrable, physical, tall, powerful, beautiful, southern border wall."
  • "Contact countries and say…'Folks, we love protecting you, we want to continue to protect you, but you're not living up to the bargain.'"
  • "Defend the unborn."
  • Convene his top generals and inform them they have 30 days to come up with a plan to stop ISIS.
  • "Get rid of gun-free zones [in] schools" and on "military bases"—which would mean repealing a 25-year-old federal law.

You know what's at stake, and MoJo is ready for the challenge of reporting on the Trump administration with the vigor it demands, without normalizing or pulling punches.  

But uncovering the truth will require time and persistence—going after stories for weeks or months at a time, as we did with the conflicts of interest that finally broke into wide view after Trump's election. The best way to fund reporting like that is with ongoing, month-by-month support from readers like you. We hope you can start a tax-deductible monthly donation to Mother Jones today to help us do it.

The enormity and risk of what lies ahead is staggering, but the type of journalism called for—in-depth reporting on what the powerful want to keep secret—is what MoJo was built to do. The journalists who founded this magazine four decades ago wanted to create a space for reporting without fear. They knew independent journalism couldn't flourish under corporate ownership, so they built a reader-supported nonprofit instead. Forty years later—at a time of crisis in our politics and media—many newsrooms are cutting back because of dwindling advertising revenue. Here at MoJo, we're doing the opposite: We're doubling down.  

And we can only do it because of readers like you who pitch in: I hope you'll help us rise to the challenge by starting a tax-deductible monthly donation today.

There's more here on why monthly gifts are so helpful for us. But the bottom line is that they give us the resources and stability needed to dive deep into complex, substantive stories that others aren't covering. Reporting like that is exactly what's needed as Trump takes office—and supporting it is a powerful way you can make a difference every month.

Thanks for reading and everything you do to make Mother Jones what it is.

Monika Bauerlein, Chief Executive Officer
Mother Jones



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