Pence attacks Biden at RNC, calls for “law and order” amid protests

On the third night of the Republican National Convention, Vice President Mike Pence formally accepted the vice presidential nomination and called for “law and order” in cities as he spoke about protests over the shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man, at the hands of police. As Paula Reid reports, he also sought to frame President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic as ahead of the curve.

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