RNC Nominates Trump, Warns Against Biden Victory

Speakers at scaled-back convention hail coronavirus response by the president, who again decries mail-in ballots

Sen. Tim Scott and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley kicked off the Republican National Convention, portraying President Trump as a strong but empathic leader. WSJ’s Rebecca Ballhaus reports that this year’s convention won’t be about the party, but why the Republican candidate deserves four more years. Photo: David T. Foster III/Zuma Press

Republicans nominated President Trump as their candidate at a scaled-back convention in North Carolina and Washington, with the president and his allies offering ominous warnings about electing Democrats in November.

Throughout the daylong, two-city event Monday, speaker after speaker praised the president—particularly for his handling of...

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