The Daily Populous

Sunday December 6th, 2020 morning edition

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Donald Trump has told crowds in Georgia, without evidence, he has "never lost an election" and that he'd be a "very gracious loser", in his first political rally since losing the presidential election.

Key points: Donald Trump has refused to acknowledge the results of the 2020 election.

Donald Trump has refused to acknowledge the results of the 2020 election In Georgia, Mr Biden won by about 12,500 votes.

In Georgia, Mr Biden won by about 12,500 votes Mr Trump tried to convince Georgian authorities to conduct another audit.

Mr Trump has refused to concede his defeat to president-elect Joe Biden, and has instead repeatedly and without evidence asserted widespread fraud.

Mr Trump said at the rally his challenge to the election result was headed to the US Supreme Court "very shortly," without elaborating.

On Saturday, Mr Trump phoned Mr Kemp and pressured him on Twitter to take further steps to reconsider Georgia's result. »

Billionaire investor Bill Ackman says the US should give every American cash at birth so they can retire a millionaire

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The billionaire is proposing a plan, called "Birthright," where the US government would give every American a stock investment upon birth.

At historical rates of equity returns of 8% annually, a $6,750 at-birth retirement account would provide retirement assets of more than $1 million at age 65, Ackman wrote.

The American dream has become what Ackman called "a disappointment" for many — but he has a solution. »

Wyoming health official says 'so-called pandemic' a communist plot

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— A Wyoming Department of Health official involved in the state's response to the coronavirus questioned the legitimacy of the pandemic and described a forthcoming vaccine as a biological weapon at a recent event.

Shepherd was introduced as and talked about being a Wyoming Department of Health employee in the hour-plus presentation in Loveland, Colorado.

Even so, Wyoming officials including Gov. Mark Gordon, who at a recent news conference called people not taking the virus seriously “knuckleheads,” declined to comment. »

Liechtenstein for hire at $70,000 a night

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Executives with cash to burn traditionally hire luxury yachts, secluded villas or expensive hotel suites to impress clients.

Now they can take corporate hospitality to a new level by hiring an entire country, albeit a small one.

The principality of Liechtenstein has decided to make itself available to private clients, from $70,000 (£43,000) a night, complete with customised street signs and temporary currency. »