Everything You Need to Know About the Upcoming DNC Final Day

Last night was the last day of the Democratic convention. The race for the nomination is now officially over. The nominations have been completed. The race for the White House between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump begins. Here’s everything you need to know.

Hillary Clinton gave a welcome speech after being nominated by her party

From CNN : “When there are no ceilings,” she stated, “there is no limit.” Her speech lacked the poetic scope of President Barack Obama’s speech on Wednesday, but it matched the opinion of a man who presents himself as a down-to-earth, stubborn, politically oriented fighter who is knocked down and then immediately lifted up again. The choice she made for the country in 2016 is obvious: “the moment of reckoning.”

Adoption of Hillary Clinton’s fact-checking speech

From the magazine “ Policy” : Hillary Clinton most of his campaign led up being a pragmatist, a candidate has the knowledge, experience and, above all, the detailed plans required to start the progressive changes that are so hungry for her fellow Democrats.

But in accepting the Democratic nomination on Thursday night, Clinton’s speech contained a lot of hope and imagination, but did not contain the facts, figures and nuances that she put at the center of her candidacy.

Parents of American Muslim, fallen veteran, passionately defended their son’s service

From the Daily Beast : A Muslim immigrant whose son, an army captain, was killed in action in Iraq, asked Donald Trump one question at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday: “Have you read the United States Constitution?”

Conservative commentators have identified a shift in party rhetoric and a contrast between conventions

From the Discussion Alert : The evening also showed a dramatic tonal difference between the two conventions. After Trump portrayed America as a despondent country in need of a billionaire savior, night after night, the celebrity speakers of the DNC preached a sermon on American exceptionalism, with values ‚Äč‚Äčthat unite us all – talking points once held exclusively by Republicans.

Politifact and FactCheck.org Analyze Economy, Iran and Donald Trump

From Polittifact Magazine : Former Secretary of State, Senator and First Lady, Hillary Clinton accepted her party’s candidacy on July 28, 2016, on the last night of the Democratic National Convention. After being introduced by her daughter Chelsea, Clinton challenged Republican candidate Donald Trump’s campaign slogan as herself … Clinton’s speech was the highlight of the night. Let’s see how accurate it was.

Source FactCheck.org : On the night Hillary Clinton accepted her party’s candidacy for president, Clinton and other Democrats played with some facts.


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