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Founder Of Sex-Trafficking Massage Parlor Chain Had Employees Contribute To Trump Re-Election Campaign

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Founder Of Sex-Trafficking Massage Parlor Chain Had Employees Contribute To Trump Re-Election Campaign

Cindy Yang founded a massage parlor chain that was busted in a massive sex-trafficking investigation.

Business Insider reports Yang also appeared to orchestrate a series of political donations to President Donald Trump's re-election campaign.

Yang and her family have donated $42,000 to a Trump PAC and over $16,000 to Trump's presidential campaigns.

There is a limit of $5,400 for personal contributions to political campaigns.

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Founder Of Sex-Trafficking Massage Parlor Chain Had Employees Contribute To Trump Re-Election Campaign

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21, 2018, FILE PHOTO MANDATORY CREDIT; SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL OUT; NO LICENSING EXCEPT BY AP COOPERATIVE MEMBERS

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