The media and political junkies are closely following the horrific allegations of child sex trafficking filed against longtime political operative and fundraiser Jeffrey Epstein.
But while partisans wait to see which famous figures might be tarred by the Epstein scandal, the horrific case is a sobering reminder that child sex trafficking is much bigger than Jeffery Epstein. In fact, American adults spend more than two billion dollars a year to sexually abuse children.
How did the problem get so big? How are the kids lured into this nightmare? How is there a demand for this? And what can parents do to protect their kids? We discuss all these questions with Angela Aufmuth of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.