Democratic convention kicks off with a former first lady, an independent Senator and Republicans warning America that it cannot afford another term of Donald Trump.
The former first lady closed out the first day of the Democratic national convention Monday night with an emotional broadside that illustrated Trump’s many failures.
Voting in person turned out to be a violation of all rules and regulations of social distancing.
Speculation about Sanders’ candidacy intensified Wednesday morning when his campaign manager, Faiz Shakir, said the senator was “having conversations with supporters to assess his campaign.”
Biden gave voters who watched the debate a clear choice in the remaining primary elections and, if successful there, a defining one in November.
With presidential politics changing fast, even more change is in the wind because of the coronavirus pandemic that brings many changes to America and the world.
For the first time since the Democratic primary debates began, the stage will see just two candidates: Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders.