Starting With a Paper Clip and Trading Up at the Democratic Convention
What do you get at the Democratic National Convention when all you have is a paper clip? ABC News found out this week, by starting with a blue paper clip and trading up for different items with DNC-goers during its four-day run in Philadelphia. The same game was played at the RNC last week in
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Trading Up: What a Paper Clip Will Get You at the Republican National Convention
With a red paper clip in hand, ABC News attended the Republican National Convention this week. The goal was to see how far up the paper clip could be traded with delegates and people at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. The first swap was for a pin from North Carolina. Not everyone was