Hillary Clinton took the stage at the DNC as the first woman to be nominated for president by a major political party and, continuing the weeklong theme of unity, told America that she would fight to be everyone’s president.
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On Press Play Thursday, political reporter Robert Draper told Madeleine Brand that “what this convention has been useful in establishing is that she is a person of substance” and a “change-maker.” “We are, in a way that’s quite surprising, seeing Hillary Clinton in a way we’ve never seen her before,” said Draper.