Fox News Channel’s Chris Wallace has covered many political conventions, but this year’s are the first since the death of his father, CBS News’ Mike Wallace. The “Fox News Sunday” host talks to the Los Angeles Times about the experience:
Well, I certainly have been thinking about my dad a lot recently. He only died a few months ago, in April. I miss him every day. And coming to a convention, he, for a number of years, was the quintessential floor reporter and then he passed the torch to me in 1980, and I started as a floor reporter at NBC. Sure, I think about him all the time.
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