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26 Aug, 2020 22:07

Best is yet to come? Dissecting the 2020 RNC (Special coverage)

The first two nights of the Republican National Convention saw an outpouring of renewed unity and purpose among Trump-supporting Republicans as the party nominated President Trump for re-election. But are Republicans offering a coherent vision for the country, or are they merely"gaslighting" voters? RT America’s Natasha Sweatte brings us up to speed. Then former Georgia state Rep. Dee Dawkins-Haigler and GOP strategist Melik Abdul join Scottie Nell Hughes to share their insights. They also engage in a spirited debate over political culpability for the handling of the COVID-19 pandemic. Then Democratic strategist and criminal defense attorney Jan Ronis and conservative author Ed Martin offer their predictions for what we should expect from the third and penultimate installment of the RNC on Wednesday night. They also discuss the Trump administration's performance on the world stage and its handling civil strife and demands for reform at home.