Hector Tobar, UCI associate professor of Chicano/Latino studies opined the best moment: “Brayden Harrington, who spoke about Biden helping him with his stutter. It was the climax of a largely successful four-day effort to paint a portrait of the Democratic nominee as a kind and reasonable man, the antithesis of the venal and vain leader who currently occupies the White House.”

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