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Last night marked the end of a Republican national convention that broke all the rules.
It was a stark contrast to the Democrats, who, last week, held their convention entirely remotely.
But, defying public health guidance, President Trump accepted the Republican nomination in front of a packed crowd on the south lawn of the White House Thursday night, with few face coverings in sight.
New York Times opinion columnist Frank Bruni says this spectacle mirrors the story of the Republican’s convention message, with speaker after speaker presenting a picture of America that doesn’t line up with reality.
Diane talks to Frank Bruni about just how effective the spectacle was, and what comes next in the 2020 race for president.
- Frank Bruni Op-ed columnist for The New York Times. His books include "Born Round," about his relationship with food, and "Ambling into History," about President George W. Bush.
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