NPR Politics Lunchbox: Trump Picks Pence As VP; Congress Breaks For 7-Week Vacation
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The Republican National Convention is in 2 days in Cleveland.
The Democratic National Convention is in 9 days in Philadelphia.
Did you know? In the midst of heated debate over the RNC rules yesterday, the committee abruptly recessed, claiming printer troubles. The true reason for the break? A secret meeting among key Republican operatives, attempting to strike a deal with anti-Trump delegates.
July 15, 2016
Friday, Obama condemned the attack in Nice, France; Clinton tries to define Trump before he basks in the GOP convention spotlight; former Trump campaign manger Corey Lewandowski joins CNN after contentious media exchanges; Clinton campaigns with Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine; a new study that looks at the line between racial bias and the Tea Party; and what contested conventions look like as explained by Hollywood and Sinclair Lewis.
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