Former vice-president Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, and his wife, Jill (left) and Senator Kamala Harris, his vice-presidential nominee, and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, look at viewers tuned in to the virtual Democratic National Convention in Delaware on August 20. Photo: BloombergFormer vice-president Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, and his wife, Jill (left) and Senator Kamala Harris, his vice-presidential nominee, and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, look at viewers tuned in to the virtual Democratic National Convention in Delaware on August 20. Photo: Bloomberg
Former vice-president Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, and his wife, Jill (left) and Senator Kamala Harris, his vice-presidential nominee, and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, look at viewers tuned in to the virtual Democratic National Convention in Delaware on August 20. Photo: Bloomberg
Peter G. de Krassel
Opinion

Opinion

Peter G. de Krassel

How Trump divided a nation but united the Democrats

  • The Democratic convention showcased the togetherness of a party once fractured by disagreements between Bernie Sanders’ progressive wing and the centrist-moderate wing led by Joe Biden. But even if Trump is voted out, will he accept the result?

Former vice-president Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, and his wife, Jill (left) and Senator Kamala Harris, his vice-presidential nominee, and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, look at viewers tuned in to the virtual Democratic National Convention in Delaware on August 20. Photo: BloombergFormer vice-president Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, and his wife, Jill (left) and Senator Kamala Harris, his vice-presidential nominee, and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, look at viewers tuned in to the virtual Democratic National Convention in Delaware on August 20. Photo: Bloomberg
Former vice-president Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential nominee, and his wife, Jill (left) and Senator Kamala Harris, his vice-presidential nominee, and her husband, Douglas Emhoff, look at viewers tuned in to the virtual Democratic National Convention in Delaware on August 20. Photo: Bloomberg
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