In a moving speech on the final night of the Democratic National Convention, a 13-year-old boy from Concord, N.H., told the nation how Joe Biden helped him overcome his stutter.
Brayden Harrington described meeting Biden this year and getting tips on speaking without a stutter.
Brayden said, "Joe Biden cared."
The boy spoke into a cellphone camera at his home and read, carefully, from a piece of paper.
"We stutter," he said in the video, which aired shortly before Biden accepted the Democratic nomination for president.