Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination
on Thursday at the Democratic National
Convention in Philadelphia to run as a US
Presidential candidate. Making history as the first
woman to be nominated for Presidency from a
major US political party.
Accepting the nomination, she said:
“I will be a president for Democrats, Republicans,
independents, for the struggling, the striving and
the successful. For those who vote for me and
those who don’t.”
She said her Republican rival, Donald Trump, was esupremely unqualified for the White House. She
“Imagine him in the Oval Office facing a real
crisis,” she said. “A man you can bait with a
tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear
weapons,” she said.
Clinton took the stage to roaring applause from
flag-waving delegates. But her real audience was
the millions of voters who may welcome her
experience but question her character due to the
leaked emails released by WikiLeaks.
Inregards to that she said:
“I get it that some people just don’t know
what to make of me.”
But her primary focus was persuading anxious
Americans to stick with a Democrat for a third term
and put aside their frustration with those who
have been entrenched in the political system.