The Republican National Convention got underway Monday, reaching party faithful across the country in a mostly virtual program.
President Trump and his allies used the first night of the convention to try to reframe the public narrative around his handling of the pandemic and his record on race relations, while conjuring dystopian visions of a Joe Biden presidency.
Coming up on All Sides with Ann Fisher, how the Republican convention measures up to the Democrats' event last week, and how the coronavirus continues to upend norms in this unprecedented election year.
Marc Fisher, senior editor at The Washington Post, co-author of 2016 biography "Trump Revealed: An American Journey of Ambition, Ego, Money, and Power"
Paul Beck, professor emeritus of political science, Ohio State University
Randall Schweller, political science professor and director of the Program for the Study of Realist Foreign Policy, Ohio State University