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    President Trump spoke to a gathering of delegates in Charlotte, N.C., on Monday.
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    Nominating Trump, Republicans Rewrite His Record

    President Trump and his party engaged in sweeping revisionism about his management of the coronavirus, his record on race relations and much else. And they painted a dystopian picture of what the nation would look like if Joseph R. Biden Jr. were president.

    By Jonathan MartinAlexander Burns and

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    Outside the Charlotte Convention Center’s Richardson Ballroom, where delegates gathered on Monday.
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    News Analysis

    The Republicans Promised Uplift and Then Tried to Rewrite History

    On the first night of the party’s convention, President Trump painted a rosy portrait of his handling of the virus, and speakers warned of what they believe a Biden administration could bring.

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      Jerry Falwell Jr. had been on leave from his positions as president and chancellor of Liberty University since Aug. 7.
      CreditJay Westcott/The News & Advance, via Associated Press

      Jerry Falwell Jr.’s Leadership at Liberty Appears Near End

      One of President Trump’s most prominent evangelical supporters, Mr. Falwell denied reports he had resigned from the university.

      By Ruth GrahamElizabeth Dias and

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