As 2020 ends, so does one of the most explosive and unprecedented years in American politics.
“We went through hell,” Trump told Cabinet members, Republican lawmakers and his family at a White House celebration.
After three days, the Iowa Democratic Party called the race for then-South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg — the first openly gay candidate to win a U.S. presidential primary contest.
The Democratic Party opted for its speakers to be virtual, except for Biden and Harris at the end.
Her nomination ceremony in the White House Rose Garden on Sept. 26 became a coronavirus superspreader event with nearly a dozen attendees testing positive in the coming days.