The third night of the Democratic National Convention was devoted to A-list speakers — from President Barack Obama to former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg — whose rousing speeches were filled with praise for Hillary Clinton and sharp attacks for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. CQ Roll Call’s Chief Content Officer David Ellis sums up what the water-cooler talk will be about today and what he expects of Clinton, poised to accept the Democratic nomination.
- Amid Tight Race, Obama Passes Baton to Clinton
- Kaine Chooses To Play Attack Dog in Convention Speech
- Biden Pulls No Punches, Calls Trump Claims 'Malarkey'
- As Clinton Takes the Stage, Her Legislative Agenda Starts Coming in View
- The Night the Democrats Found Their Voice
Kaine on Trump: Our nation is just too great to put it in the hand of a slick-talking self-promoting one-man wrecking crew. #DemsInPhilly— Roll Call (@rollcall) July 28, 2016
"I say to my fellow independents, your vote matters now." -Bloomberg to #DemsInPhilly (and independents watching at home)— CQ Now (@CQnow) July 28, 2016