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New Zealand PM rejects girl’s $3 ‘bribe’ to launch research into dragons

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 14 May 2019
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has reportedly rejected the “bribe” of a young girl who tried to sway the leader into pursuing dragon research.
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News video: Jacinda Ardern Responds To 11-Year-Olds Plan To Study Dragons

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Business INsider reports New Zealand's leader, Jacinda Ardern, returned a $5 bribe to open a dragon research lab from an 11-year-old called Victoria. First posted on Reddit by Victoria's sister on Saturday, the letter from the Prime Minister thanked her, but said New Zealand didn't have any plans to...

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