Everything You Need to Know About Day Three at DNC
President Barack Obama took the stage last night to support Hillary Clinton’s presidential nomination. Here’s everything you need to know about yesterday’s events at the Democratic National Convention.
President Barack Obama delivered a speech detailing the Democratic legacy, praising Clinton
From NBC News : President Barack Obama presented an upbeat vision for the country and sternly condemned Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday night in a speech in which Hillary Clinton was also named the best candidate to continue her legacy and complete unfinished business.
Vice President Joe Biden talks about patriotism and working class needs
From Vox : Biden’s speech focused on a positive, liberal approach to American history. Biden’s America is a land of opportunity, but only because people work together to help each other through difficult times. Biden’s America is a land of equality, but only because we refuse to succumb to fear and hate. It is an imperfect country, full of pain, but a country that we can and should be proud of.
Clinton team-mate Tim Kane delivers his first speech since accepting the candidacy
From Rolling Stone Magazine : Spirited Tim Kane mocked Donald Trump, used his fluent Spanish, and defended Hillary Clinton in a vice presidential nominee speech at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night.
Politifact and FactCheck.org assess immigration, economics and foreign policy
From Politifact : President Barack Obama strongly condemned Donald Trump’s portrayal of the United States as lawless and weak, saying he is ready to hand over the baton to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton to cement the country’s progress … Let’s face it. behind what was said on the stage of the convention.
From FactCheck.org : The President captioned the nightly speeches, and some of his boasting about his record captioned our fact-checking report.