Quoting Jackie Kennedy, Clinton reminded Americans why Donald Trump is so dangerous, saying, "war might be started not so much by big men as by the little ones... moved more by fear and pride."
"How does she do it? How does she keep going amid the sound and the fury of politics?" Chelsea Clinton asked. "It's because she never, ever forgets who she's fighting for."
They've had enough of Donald Trump telling them they don't belong here.
In this year's speech, she obliterated last week's Republican National Convention and hit Donald Trump for his obsession with himself.
Leader Pelosi vowed to fight to restore the Democratic majorities in the House and Senate, "We will fight to restore Democratic majorities in the Senate and the House, and I tell you this: We can do it."
Republicans whined about liberal media bias after their reality TV show star turned out a network dud of a convention.
Gone are the days of Republicans describing the United States as a "shining city on a hill" or calling for a "kinder, gentler nation." They've traded it all away for Trump – now they must own it.
"Trump has a passion, too," Kaine said. "Himself."
"No major party nominee in the history of this nation has ever known less or has been less prepared."
After suffering life-altering injuries in a 2011 shooting, Gabby Giffords has had difficulty speaking. On Wednesday she had no problem declaring her support for Hillary Clinton.
Obama will use the opportunity not just to defend his record, but to urge voters to reject Donald Trump's dystopian view of America.
On the second night of the DNC, Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance following her husband's prime-time speech.
Clinton made history because besides defeating her worthy opponent, she won the nomination despite Republican attacks over the past 23 years.
"She was there for me and that’s why I’m with her," 9/11 survivor Lauren Manning said.
The media and voters should continue to put pressure on Donald Trump to release these important documents.
Clinton’s historic nomination is a moment in U.S. history that should transcend politics and be celebrated by all Americans. It also marks another historic barrier kicked down by the Democratic Party.
According to preliminary Nielsen numbers, 26 million viewers tuned into the star-studded opening night of the DNC – three million more than the Republican gathering took in.
"The [Democratic] party now needs new leadership that will open the doors of the party and welcome in working people and young people.”
"Don't let anyone ever tell you that this country is not great, that somehow we need to make it great again. Because this right now is the greatest country on Earth."
"America at our best, we stand up to bullies and we fight those who seek to demean and degrade other Americans. Even in times of crisis, we don’t abandon our values, we double-down on them."