Day 2 at the DNC: Bill Clinton rallies the crowd for Hillary

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Bill Clinton addresses the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Photo: Lucy Nicholson/Reuters

Hillary Clinton became the first woman nominated for president by a major political party. Her husband, President Bill Clinton took the stage to paint a picture of a woman who works hard, and to unify the party.

He spoke at length (as he is known to do) about how he met Hillary, how he fell in love with her, and how she opened his eyes to a life of public service.

Hillary will make us stronger together. You know it because she spent a lifetime doing it. I hope you will do it. I hope you will elect her. Those of us who have more yesterdays than tomorrows tend to care more about our children and grandchildren. The reason you should elect her is that in the greatest country on Earth, we have always been about tomorrow. Your children and grandchildren will bless you forever if you do.

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This ended a day that continued to see protests outside the convention hall and some Sanders supporters still saying they can’t vote for Clinton.

Here’s more on whether party unity is a dream or reality from To the Point.

(Photo:Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)