"[insert corporate media company] has learned that some expert [insert plural job title] say that [insert noun] may have [insert past-tense verb] [insert preposition] [insert political figure], and that it seems as if [same noun] and [same political figure] could possibly be [insert verb] in order to [insert hyperbolic fear]. Unnamed sources believe that [same political figure] may have also [insert past-tense verb] with the [insert foreign government], while [same noun] has so far not denied any connection to the [same foreign government] and is also accused of [insert above verb present tense]."
Let's see how well it works:
"CNN has learned that some expert financial consultants say that a cat may have slept alongside Judge Roy Moore, and that it seems as if the cat and Judge Roy Moore could possibly be swimming in order to initiate nuclear war. Unnamed sources believe that Judge Roy Moore may have also played with the Russian government, while the cat has so far not denied any connection to the Russian government and is also accused of playing."
Yep, seems accurate to me.