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Someone’s got to tell Trump he lost, but Republicans are loath to raise their hands.

first_imgThirty-one former Republican members of Congress — many of them outspoken critics of the president — on Monday denounced Mr. Trump’s allegations in an open letter that called on him to accept the election results. “Every legal challenge must be heard,” Mr. McCarthy said. “Then and only then does America decide who won the race.”- Advertisement – President Trump’s iron grip on his party has inspired love for him among some Republican lawmakers and fear among others. Neither group will tell him it is time to concede his loss — or at the very least, to stop spreading claims about the integrity of the nation’s elections that are contrary to considerable evidence.The dynamic helps explain why, days after Joseph R. Biden Jr. was declared the winner of the election, even Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader, was unwilling to recognize the result. Instead, senators have tiptoed around — or in some cases blindly run past — the reality of Mr. Trump’s loss, and the lack of evidence to suggest widespread election fraud or improprieties that could reverse that result.- Advertisement – By Monday evening, only a few Republican senators known for their distaste for Mr. Trump — Mitt Romney of Utah, Ben Sasse of Nebraska, Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska — had acknowledged Mr. Biden’s victory.The Republican House leader, Representative Kevin McCarthy of California, insisted that Mr. Trump was right to contest the results of the election. – Advertisement –last_img read more

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F1 Austin Grand Prix could be wiped out by COVID-19 surge in U.S.

first_imgCircuit of the Americas, which hosts the Austin Grand Prix, is in “serious jeopardy” of losing its top event, according to an email from track chairman Bobby Epstein to the Austin American-Statesman. The Austin Grand Prix is scheduled for Oct. 25. The successful return of Formula One action in Europe doesn’t necessarily mean F1 racing will come back to the U.S. anytime soon.Daily COVID-19 cases are hitting record highs in North America, and organizers of the annual Austin Grand Prix are concerned the surge will eliminate their event this year. Texas has been a hotspot for the coronavirus in recent weeks. MORE: F1 drivers split over anthem kneelingF1 kicked off its campaign last weekend in Austria with the Austrian Grand Prix. Valtteri Bottas finished first in the competition, followed by Charles Leclerc and Lando Norris.The next F1 race, slated for Sunday, is the Styrian Grand Prix and will also take place in Austria.last_img read more

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Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok Thailand has a

first_imgChatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok, Thailand, has announced the launch of the Flow Oasis Pool lounge, located on the 4th floor.It features a brand new, furnished sitting area and offers light snacks,cocktails and a Mediterranean menu.“The Flow Oasis Pool Lounge is Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok’s signature pool bar concept with a twist. Combining the modern ‘crafted by nature’ castaway island design theme with a transformational personality, it changes from a ‘Slow Days’ lounger into the ‘Happening Nights’ hang out hotspot. We would like our guests to be able to explore the flavours of our delicious Sip & Dip creations, hang out with friends, share moments with family and enjoy the oasis lifestyle around the iconic long wood table. Our culinary team creates casual dining from tapas to a full meal throughout the day. Flow Oasis Pool Lounge is your new secret spot to escape the everyday” said Mr. Magne Hansen, General Manager of Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok.The Flow Oasis Pool Lounge can host up to 40 people.Chatrium Residence Sathorn, Bangkoklast_img read more