The fourth and final night of the Democratic National Convention will culminate with Joe Biden giving the speech he has been hoping to deliver for decades when he accepts his party’s presidential nomination.
A nominee’s acceptance speech is a critical moment of any presidential campaign. But this speech may carry more weight, given most campaigning has been halted by the coronavirus. That lack of regular contact with the Biden himself puts even more pressure on a primetime address that could shape the way voters see both the Democratic Party and Biden’s candidacy.
Viewers will watch what Biden says – especially how he frames his campaign against President Donald Trump before a national audience – with Repu