When a cover-up is needed
WASHINGTON —There may be 8 million stories in the naked city, but few are as visually compelling as Aaron Schock’s.
The second-term Republican congressman from Illinois stripped down to his shorts for a photo spread for the latest issue of Men’s Health magazine, explaining to the “Today” show’s Matt Lauer that undressing for the glossy as “The Ripped Representative” would highlight how “individual choices” — such as having bulging pecs — can bring down health care costs.
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