July 5, 2022

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How Trump’s RNC acceptance speech distorted the truth

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How Trump’s RNC acceptance speech distorted the truth

On the Republican National Convention’s final night, President Trump accepted his party’s nomination for a second term — using the White House as a campaign backdrop. Trump painted the election in stark terms, calling opponent Joe Biden “the destroyer of America’s jobs” whose policies would unleash crime and disorder, while touting his own coronavirus response as a success. Amna Nawaz reports.

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