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- Senator Mitch McConnell threw his support behind Trump’s refusal to concede the election, and said he was “100 percent within his rights” to challenge the outcome.
- Despite refusing to concede, Trump has reportedly already told advisers he's thinking about running for president again in 2024.
- Fox News cut away from a Trump campaign presser today after Kayleigh McEnany made the “explosive charge” of widespread voter fraud without any “proof” to back her claims.
- Two more people in the Trump universe have tested positive for coronavirus: Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson, who told the Washington Post he contracted the virus “probably somewhere, out there in the universe"; and Dave Bossie, who has been leading Trump's post-election political and legal battle.
- Ukrainian businessman Hares Youssef says he was asked to lie about Hunter Biden to damage Joe Biden's campaign in exchange for a US visa.
- Lawyers say that they believe the number of separated children for whom they have not been able to find parents is 666, higher than they told a federal judge last month.
- What does Keith Richards wear during a pandemic? "I call them comfies. Yeah. Very baggy soft things. And some Uggy boots."
- Believable headline of the day: "VR Furries Are Now Running Around The Four Seasons Total Landscaping."
- It's 2006 all over again: here's an oral history of the McCarren Park pool parties.
- McDonald's is gearing up to unveil a new plant-based burger called the McPlant next year.
- What exactly is COVID brain fog? Doctors and researchers are still trying to understand it.
- Sufjan Stevens never came close to finishing his 50 states project, so these musicians tried to do it themselves.
- And finally, goose loves dog:
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