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Republicans paint dark picture of future if Trump loses

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans opened Monday night’s prime-time convention with dark warnings about America’s future if President Donald Trump doesn’t win a second term.

They cast him as a protector of religious freedom, the nation's workers and more.

Earlier, Trump turned a surprise opening-day appearance at his party’s scaled-down national political convention into an opportunity to cast doubt on the integrity of the fall election.

That was just moments after delegates nominated him for a second term.

Trump vigorously contended that he's done such a great job as president that the only way he can lose “is if this is a rigged election.”

He assailed anew the idea of mass mail-in voting by people worried about the coronavirus. 

We will be livesteaming the event each night beginning at 8:30 p.m. You can watch the livestream at Fortwaynesnbc.com/live.

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