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Bill Clinton makes pitch for wife Hillary as she makes history


Bill Clinton said in his speech last night, about his wife Hillary, "When I became president with a commitment to reform health care, Hillary was a natural head to the health care task force. You all know we failed because we couldn’t break a senate filibuster. Hillary immediately went to work on solving the problems the bill sought to address one-by-one."Photo by Joseph Earnest


by Joseph Earnest July 27, 2016


Newscast Media PHILADELPHIA—Tuesday July 26, 2016, will go down for Democrats as the day the first woman was nominated  by the Democratic Party to become president of the United States. If making history was Hillary Clinton's objective, she accomplished that, but she's going to have to give voters a more solid reason why they should not stay home out of loyalty to Bernie Sanders, or switch and vote for someone of a different party. The daunting task Hillary faces is unifying Democrats to be in one accord, before the general, since the primaries appeared to fragment the party.


Below are some of the highlights of "day two" at the Democratic National Convention.


meryl streep

Actress Meryl Streep is seen receiving instructions from the stage directors on how to use the stage effectively, to get a message across to an audience.  Streep predicted that come November, Hillary would be the first woman president.  She also praised Clinton for having grit and grace in what she does, despite the odds she faces—Photo by Joseph Earnest


alicia keys

Singer and songwriter Alicia Keys was on hand to serenade the audience with some of the ballads she is famous for.—Photo by Joseph Earnest 


wells fargo

Wells Fargo Center is the venue for the convention, and will be the most protected place in the world on Wednesday July 27,  when Barack Obama is scheduled to make his appearance.Photo by Joseph Earnest



media producers

Broadcasters, sound engineers and media producers have a special section for all their equipment inside the venue, away from the general audience that can sometimes create distractions, if people are allowed to freely walk in front of the cameras, destroying shots or interrupting the sound being processed by the equipment .  Photo by Joseph Earnest



philly skyline

 Visiting Philly and not capturing the city's skyline, would make as much sense as playing tennis without a netPhoto by Joseph Earnest

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