COVID-19 has disrupted a centuries-old political mainstay — national political presidential nominating conventions. As Republicans and Democrats scale back their in-person conventions this summer, Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield reports on how these multimillion dollar events were losing their sheen even before the pandemic.
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