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What the next four years might look like...

MoJo Reader,

It's official. Donald Trump has been sworn in as president.

You know what's at stake. You know his team's record of contempt for truth and transparency. And you know that Mother Jones' reporting is more critical than it's ever been. 

Our challenge—and our commitment—for the coming years is unrelenting, truth-telling journalism on this administration and all the changes it portends for our country. We know you, our readers, are committed to that too. You understand it will mean diving deep and sticking with the story every day, not just when big news breaks. I hope you will match that ongoing challenge with equally ongoing support—by joining us as a sustaining donor with a tax-deductible monthly contribution today

Here's one example of what this sort of sustained reporting looks like: revealing the explosive information that the FBI was looking into allegations that Russia had tried to gather compromising material on Trump. We broke that story back in October, long before the rest of the media, and David Corn has been reporting on it consistently, including a new scoop that just went up on Thursday.

The reaction from Trump when the story did finally bust open is also important, because it was a dry run for what we might expect over the next four years. I tried to unpack that a bit in a new piece we just published, "The Press Corps We Deserve."  

The upshot: We desperately need a Fourth Estate that goes where powerful people don't want it to. But when newsrooms are owned by entertainment companies and financed by cheap advertising, that type of reporting is not assured or incentivized. To ensure journalists can report on stories that are hard (and sometimes dangerous) to get but need to be told, we need to build a new model.

That's exactly what your ongoing monthly support of Mother Jones will do. Not only will it pay for the journalism you expect us to do every day, but it will also help us build a sustainable vehicle for all the work that's ahead. And there's so much work ahead.

We're up for the challenge, and I know you are too.

On a day like today, it's essential to remember that there are millions of MoJo readers like you, standing up for the truth and fighting like hell for justice. Thanks for being there.

Monika Bauerlein, Chief Executive Officer
Mother Jones



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