"My dad, Marc Anthony Urquiza, should be here today. But he isn't. He had faith in Donald Trump. He voted for him. Listened to him. Believed him and his mouthpieces when they said that coronavirus was under of control and going to disappear," Urquiza said via a video conference.
"His only pre-existing condition was trusting Donald Trump and for that he paid with his life," she said.
A Democratic National Convention like no other began with politicians trading raucous cheers in a crowded arena for speeches delivered from quiet locations across the country because of the coronavirus pandemic, to enforce social distancing measures.