President Donald Trump delivers remarks a day after Joe Biden formally became the Democratic presidential nominee.
Republicans reacted to the night Vice President Joe Biden officially became the presidential nominee of the Democratic Party with attacks on convention speakers and knocks on the former vice president's ability to lead.
Democrats rolled out a series of past and present party leaders, from former Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter, to 17 "rising stars," such as Stacey Abrams, on the second night of the Democratic National Convention in an effort to highlight their diversity and unity.
But conservative critics and the Trump campaign assailed the lineup as a collection of "losers."
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