Brayden Harrington’s father on how he befriended Joe Biden and how his role at the Democratic National Convention came to be

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Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden kisses Brayden Harrington, 12, at a campaign stop at Cilford Community Curch, Monday, Feb. 10, 2020, in Gilford, N.H. Biden and Harrington have spoken to each other about their stutter they have both struggled with. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

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Brayden Harrington gave a speech at the Democratic National Convention Thursday evening after being trained by Joe Biden himself on how to work through his stutter when public speaking. His father, Owen Harrington, joins John Williams to talk about how that meeting came to be and details Brayden’s experiences with a stutter.

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