Vice president Joe Biden addressed the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday with an emotional tribute to his family and the Obamas as well as an energized takedown of Trump. The vice president endorsed a Hillary Clinton presidency from the podium in Philadelphia.
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Christine Leinonen, mother of Orlando shooting victim Christopher Leinonen, spoke of her son's support for Hillary Clinton and called for gun reform in an emotional speech at the Democratic National Convention. Leinonen was part of several consecutive speeches on gun reform Wednesday at the Philadelphia convention.
After securing the Democratic nomination for president on Tuesday, Hillary Clinton made a surprise video appearance thanking her supporters for helping her make history. The presidential candidate will address the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Thursday.
Pat Cotham, a superdelegate from North Carolina, reminisces about her grandmother, Bess Spencer, and the "family tradition" of being a delegate. Bess was one of the 15 female delegates at the Democratic National Convention of 1948.
Former President Bill Clinton spoke of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, recalling the beginnings of their relationship and calling his wife "the best darn change maker I ever met."
Follow the historical roll call vote that elected Hillary Clinton the Democratic party’s first female nominee for president. Sen. Bernie Sander's (D-Vt.) brother brought him to tears and the boos of Clinton continued on day two of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.