Time: 10:42 p.m. CEST Update: July 29 9:51 a.m. CEST
Democrat Hillary Clinton accepted Democratic Party nomination for the presidential candidacy for the 2016 November elections at the conclusion of the four-day of Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In the acceptance speech, Clinton personally attacked the opinions of the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, challenging his ability to deal with possible crisis or to lead the country.
”You really think Donald Trump had a temperament for a Commander-in-Chief. Donald Trump cannot even handle the ruff and tumble of the presidential campaign,” Clinton said. As Clinton said in the acceptance speech, Trump is not someone who can trust with nuclear weapons.Hourse before the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention, Trump challenged some of the Democratic Party policies, domestically and internationally from Davenport.
But, Clinton stood resiliently to those messages and said, “He looses his school at the slightest provocation, from the though question from a reporter when he sees a protester at the rally, imagine if you dare, imagine him in the Oval Office and real crisis, a man you can bait with a tweet, is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons.”
Clinton promised if she elected, she would run the country for everyone. “I would be president for Democrats, Republicans, Independents, struggling, striving, the successful for all those who vote for me and for those who want, for all Americans together.”
Concluding the hectic atmosphere at the convention with the notion that one party finally nominated a woman for the presidential candidate, Clinton marked the history in the party policy. “Tonight we reach a milestone in our nation’s march to a more perfect union,” Clinton said.
She addressed the next generation and spoke on the future of America. “I am happy for boys and men when every barrier falls in America, it clears the way for everyone. After all when they are ceilings, the sky is the limit,” Clinton said.
Democratic nominee for the 2016 presidential elections in the United States, Hillary Clinton, was the last speaker of the forth and final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Clinton delivered her acceptance speech on Thursday to cheering delegates at the convention.
A day after President Barack Obama addressed the words of Trump for America’s future, Clinton appealed to the delegates, but also to the voters, “Don’t let anyone tell you our country is week or not. Don’t let anyone tell you what it takes. We do.”
Clinton promised common work for better country. “America needs all of us to lend our energy, our talents, our ambition making our nation better and stronger. I believe in that with all my heart,” Clinton said.
Chelsea Clinton introduced her mother with the words, “Every single memory that I have with my mom is that regardless what was happening in her life, she was always, always there for me.”
Prior to the closure of the 2016 Democratic National Convention, The New York Times published rare insight of the process for making the acceptance speech.
John Podesta, the chairman of the campaign, said that Mrs. Clinton has spent the past few weeks soliciting ideas for the speech from friends and aides who know her best, as she prepared for what is arguably the most important political speech of her life.
“She heard from a lot of voices,” Mr. Podesta said. “But this is in her voice. This may be the most personal moment on the campaign to be talking to a big audience about what you want to do for the future of their life. ” – The New York Times.
Clinton not only answered to Trump, but also broke glass ceiling being first nominated woman for the president since 1789.
“The first time that a major party has nominate a woman for president. Standing here as my mother-daughter and my daughter-mother I am so happy this day has come, I am so happy for grand mothers,” Clinton said.
Clinton thanked her rival at the Democratic primaries, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, whose delegates challenged the Clinton’s nomination despite the historic moment for the party’s acceptance to nominate a woman for the White House race.
The delegates at convention heard New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, California Representative Xavier Becerra and Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown. Henrietta Ivey, an advocate for a $15 minimum took the stage, as other workers who shared their experience with the job market.