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Last night in Philadelphia, Bill Clinton delivered a lengthy list of his wife's accomplishments and accused Trump and other Republicans of creating a false image.

Also, Donald Trump asks Russia to hack Clinton's emails. Later on the program, a profile of vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine who speaks tonight.

Special thanks to Phil Richards for production assistance.

Producers:
Katie Cooper
Andrea Brody
Paul von Zielbauer
Sasa Woodruff
Gideon Brower

Trump Asks Russia to Hack Clinton's Emails 6 MIN, 31 SEC

Disunity in Philadelphia has been fueled by the leak of Democratic National Committee emails allegedly obtained by Russian hackers. Today, at a press conference that upstaged Democratic Convention-coverage for more than an hour, Donald Trump reminded reporters of Hillary Clinton's State Department emails — some of which are still missing -- and connected them to the Russians. The Clinton campaign is accusing him of espionage. Amy Sullivan, who reports for Yahoo News, has more on the story.

Guests:
Amy Sullivan, Yahoo News (@sullivanamy)

Are the Democrats Getting Their Act Together? 31 MIN, 58 SEC

Last night in Philadelphia, Bill Clinton delivered a lengthy list of his wife's accomplishments and accused Trump and other Republicans of creating a false image. "Well, if you win elections on the theory that government is always bad and will mess up a two-car parade, a real change-maker represents a real threat. So your only option is to create a cartoon, a cartoon alternative, then run against the cartoon."

But Republicans claim Hillary Clinton would be more of the same: a "third term" for Barak Obama, who addresses the convention tonight. She's the only way to preserve much of Obama's legacy, which Donald Trump wants to reverse — just as Obama over-rode George W. Bush.

More:
Page on DNC feuding, leaked emails
Rubin on the GOP's Trump-Putin problem

Tim Kaine Speaks Tonight 11 MIN, 32 SEC

Tim Kaine is the senator from Virginia, and a former governor from that state. He's seen as a centrist, but at heart is a died-in-the-wool liberal. That's from last week's profile of the Democratic presidential nominee in the New York TimesSheryl Gay Stolberg is the author.


Vice presidential nomineeTim Kaine with presidential hopefull Hillary Clinton
Photo courtesy of the Clinton campaign

Guests:
Sheryl Gay Stolberg, New York Times (@sherylstolberg)
Shaun Brown, Virginia delegate

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