What we know about the 2020 Democratic National Convention as it unfolds

As the Democratic National Committee prepares to host the 2020 convention, it’s clear the convention will be a major focal point in the 2016 election.

And as many of its members have begun to discuss the potential for the party to win back the White House and hold the Senate, some are already considering the convention a referendum on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Here’s what you need to know about what to expect in the Democratic convention and how to watch it unfold.

How the 2020 DNC will be broadcast ABC News will air live from the convention in Philadelphia starting July 23.

The network will also offer live coverage online and through its YouTube channel.

The first show of the night will be the premiere of a new Comedy Central series, “The Dank Meme Wars,” a mockumentary about the rise of the meme wars and the evolution of online debate.

The show will feature guest appearances from the cast of the movie “Bubble Boy.”

The second night will feature “Inside the DNC” by former CNN host Kathy Griffin and “The Real O’Neals,” a look at the 2016 presidential race.

The third night will showcase the final show of an hourlong HBO special “Hannity.”

The fourth night will air the final episode of a five-part special titled “Bernie’s America,” an analysis of the 2016 race.

And the fifth night will premiere a special on the 2020 presidential campaign, “America’s Choice 2020.”

The full schedule is expected to be unveiled in late October.

Who is going to be on the stage?

The most popular person on stage at the 2020 conventions will be Hillary Clinton, who has emerged as the presumptive nominee after more than a year of speculation.

She will join President Joe Biden, former President Joe Paterno, Vice President Joe Bidens, Vice Presidential candidate Mike Pence and former Gov.

Mike Huckabee as guests.

What will the speakers be?

President Biden will deliver a keynote address.

He is set to address the convention through a video conference.

Former President Clinton will address the party’s convention through an interactive voiceover, while Vice President Pence will deliver remarks on stage.

Former Vice President Biden is set for his keynote address at the Democratic Party of the United States 2020 convention.

Biden is scheduled to deliver his keynote speech at the DNC on July 23, 2020, at 7:30 p.m.


Former Vice President Mike Pence will address DNC members during the DNC’s second night of festivities.

Pence is scheduled for his speech on July 22, 2020.

Former Gov.

Pence will also address DNC delegates during the second night.

Former New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo will deliver his speech July 24, 2020 at 6:30 a.m., and former New York Mayor Bill de Blasio will deliver the keynote address on July 25.

Former Sen. Tim Kaine will deliver an address on the first day of the convention.

Former Rep. Tom Cotton will deliver on the third day.

Former Sen. Joe Biden speaks during the Democratic Presidential Nomination Night event at the Omni Shoreham Hotel on July 24.

Biden will speak to the DNC members on stage, and former President Biden and Vice President Gore will deliver speeches.

Former president Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, will address Democratic members of Congress at the convention on July 26.

Former VP Joe Biden delivers his keynote at the 2017 Democratic National Conventions in Philadelphia.

He will speak about the challenges of rebuilding our nation’s capacity to deliver for the people.

Former vice president Joe and VP Gore will address attendees at the second day of a panel titled, “We Need to Fight For Our Children.”

Former Vice Presidential candidates Joe Biden with wife Jill, and Sen. Kaine with his wife Jill will address delegates at the third and final day of an interactive video conference titled, #2020Dems.

Former U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth will address members of the Congressional Black Caucus on the fourth day of live video conference, “2020 Dems: The Party That Matters.”

Former Sen: Tammy Ducksey, D-Ill., will address House Democrats on the second and final night of the interactive video panel, #202020DEMS.

Former Secretary of State and Sen.-elect Joe Biden will address Congressional Black Women on the final day.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver her speech on the convention floor.

Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch will address guests on the night of live streaming from the Javits Center in New York City.

Former presidential candidate Jill Biden speaks on stage during the first night of an evening of live webcasts.

Biden spoke about the issues of the day, addressing a range of issues and highlighting his record as a statesman, according to his campaign.

Biden, who was born in Pennsylvania, will give a speech on stage following the keynote speech.

Former DNC chair Donna Brazile will address her former colleagues at the fourth and final hour of an Interactive Video Conference titled #20202020DEC.

Former Speaker of the House Nancy