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  1. Scenes from the virtual Democratic National Convention

  2. Democratic 2020 presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden is seen in a video feed from Delaware being applauded by his wife Jill and his grandchildren after winning the votes to become the Democratic Party's 2020 nominee for president

  3. People clap as they celebrate after Joe Biden was formally nominated as 2020 U.S. Democratic presidential candidate in convention roll call August 18. 2020 Democratic National Convention/Pool via REUTERS

  4. Former President Bill Clinton speaks during the live video feed of the virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention as participants from across the country are hosted over video links to the originally planned site of the convention in Milwaukee,

  5. U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks by video feed, August 18. 2020 Democratic National Convention/Pool via REUTERS

  6. New York Times security guard Jacquelyn Brittany and Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden pose for a selfie in this still image projected during the virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention, August 18.

  7. Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks by video feed, August 18. "When this president goes overseas, it isn't a goodwill mission, it's a blooper reel. He breaks up with our allies and writes love letters to dictators.

  8. Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks by video feed, August 18. "Our country needs a commander in chief who takes care of our troops in the same way he would his own family," he said.

  9. Journalists sit in the room watching while socially distanced and wearing masks during the second night of the 2020 Democratic National Convention at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 18. REUTERS/Brian Snyder/Pool

  10. Ady Barkan, a progressive activist who leads the group "Be A Hero", speaks by video feed, August 18. "We live in the richest country in history, and yet we do not guarantee this most basic human right.

  11. Joe Biden speaks to people about healthcare during the virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention, August 18. 2020 Democratic National Convention/Pool via REUTERS

  12. Former Georgia House of Representatives Minority Leader Stacey Abrams contributes to a group keynote address August 18.

  13. U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer speaks by video feed August 18.

  14. Former Acting U.S. Attorney General Sally Yates speaks by video feed from Atlanta August 18. "From the moment President Trump took office, he's used his position to benefit himself, rather than our country.

  15. Singer John Legend performs during the virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention over video links from the originally planned site of the convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 18. 2020 Democratic National Convention/Pool via REUTERS

  16. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden kisses his wife Jill Biden on the forehead at Brandywine High School, where she taught English from 1991 to 1993, during the virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention August 18.

  17. Emcee Tracee Ellis Ross speaks by video feed, August 18. 2020 Democratic National Convention/Pool via REUTERS

  18. Former President Barack Obama is seen addressing the 2004 Democratic National Convention in Boston as a U.S.

  19. Convention Co-Chair and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett opens the second night of the DNC in Milwaukee, August 18. REUTERS/Brian Snyder/Pool

  20. A production staff member cleans the podium and microphone after convention Co-Chair and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett opened the second night of the DNC in person from its hosting site in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 18. REUTERS/Brian Snyder/Pool

  21. Former first lady Michelle Obama speaks in a frame grab from the live video feed of the virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention as participants from across the country are hosted over video links to the originally planned site of the convention

  22. A television at Buck Bradley’s Saloon and Eatery shows former first lady Michelle Obama speaking at the DNC, in Milwaukee, August 17. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

  23. Senator Bernie Sanders speaks in a frame grab from the live video feed, August 17. "Joe Biden will end the hate and division Trump has created.

  24. Republican former Ohio Governor John Kasich starts his speech with the words "America is at a crossroads" in a frame grab from the live video feed, August 17.

  25. Rodney and Philonise Floyd, brothers of George Floyd, lead a moment of silence for their brother, August 17.

  26. Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden appears by video feed from Delaware, August 17.

  27. Kristin Urquiza, who lost her father to COVID-19, blamed Trump's mismanagement of the pandemic for his death. "My dad was a healthy 65-year-old.

  28. Adelana Akindes takes part in a demonstration against racial injustice by the Coalition to March on the Democratic Convention outside the site of the DNC in Milwaukee, August 17. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

  29. Singer Billy Porter performs Stephen Stills' song "For What It's Worth", August 17. 2020 Democratic National Convention/POOL via REUTERS

  30. Former Democratic presidential candidate and Senator Amy Klobuchar speaks from Minnesota, August 17.

  31. Senator Doug Jones speaks in a frame grab from the live video feed, August 17. 2020 Democratic National Convention/POOL via REUTERS

  32. The control room where live feeds are managed is in operation for the first night at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, August 17. Scott Olson/Pool via REUTERS

  33. Former Republican Rep. Susan Molinari speaks in a frame grab from the live video feed, August 17. 2020 Democratic National Convention/POOL via REUTERS

  34. Rep. James Clyburn speaks by video feed from Charleston, South Carolina, August 17.

  35. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer speaks by video feed from Michigan, August 17. 2020 Democratic National Convention/POOL via REUTERS

  36. Joe Biden appears by video feed from Delaware to question voters about their situations at the start of the virtual DNC, August 17. 2020 Democratic National Convention/POOL via REUTERS

  37. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks by video feed from New York, August 17. 2020 Democratic National Convention/POOL via REUTERS

  38. 2020 Democratic National Convention Chair Rep.

  39. Representative Gwen Moore speaks at the DNC in Milwaukee, August 17. Morry Gash/Pool via REUTERS

  40. Eva Longoria introduces small business owner Scott Richardson, who owns a catering business in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, August 17. 2020 Democratic National Convention/POOL via REUTERS

  41. The control room for the DNC is seen before the start of the convention, in Milwaukee, August 17. Morry Gash/Pool via REUTERS

  42. Representative Gwen Moore speaks at the DNC in Milwaukee, August 17. Morry Gash/Pool via REUTERS

  43. Eva Longoria introduces the start of the DNC in a frame grab from live video, August 17. 2020 Democratic National Convention/POOL via REUTERS

  44. Stephen Parlato holds a banner outside the Wisconsin Center, the site of the DNC, in Milwaukee, August 17. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

  45. The control room for the DNC is seen before the start of the convention, in Milwaukee, August 17. Morry Gash/Pool via REUTERS

  46. Police patrol behind the security fencing surrounding the Wisconsin Center, the site of the DNC in Milwaukee, August 17. REUTERS/Brian Snyder