Biden Closes Out Democratic Convention | NPR Politics

Former Vice President Joe Biden accepted his party’s nomination on the fourth night of the Democratic National Convention. In his speech, Biden attacked President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, saying he “failed to protect America.”

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