It was an emotional night at his peak during the final night of the Democrat National Convention in Philadelphia as Clinton Introduces mother Hillary.
In a breathtaking and astounding speech, Chelsea gave a soul touching one about mother, she talked about the joy of having a mother like Hillary and a father like Bill, before going ahead to introduce proud mama who all smiles later gave a speech that has never been in a long time given in the history of American night of Democrat Convention.
She took a whole lot of time lashing out on opposition ‘Donald Trump’ sending the entire crowd agog, opposing some criticism earlier made by the Republican candidate, making clear the importance and right of every single citizen, taking time too to reflect on her background, her earlier days, the strength evoked in her by her mother, the journey so far in politics and in general. She talked a little about 9/11 too, some of the worst tragedy recorded in the history of America, never failing to emphasize how great America is against the popular line of Trump "We can make America great again" amongst other things that were really craving for address which the beautiful woman perfectly did justice to, until the speech finally halted against the wish of the spell-bound crowd.
Hillary on her side talk about how proud she is to have the Clinton's as family, making rousing talks that will definitely make every single mother in the auditorium jealous.
The whole auditorium was later thrown into an avalanche of balloons and chips after the Hillary speech as the president to be was joined by Vice, families and Vice's families.
They took time to share moments and play with the oceans of balloons in the auditorium.
I was really moved myself and felt an instant soft spot for the Democrat candidate. Feeling so proud of them and thinking one day just like father and mother, daughter Chelsea too might as well rule the United States.
It was an awesome moment too when the DNC introduced Hillary in an astounding clip displayed on the billboard.
Indeed i think Obama was right when he said it was OK to trust the United State in the hands of Hillary.
I can categorically say and bet even with all my school certificates.....lolzzz that Hillary will emerge victorious in the US presidential election come November 2016.
In case you miss the the whole show yesterday, here are some of the speeches from Hillary and Chelsea…
People ask me all the time — how does she do it? How does she keep going amid the sound and politics? Here is how: she never, ever forgets who she is fighting for.
She has worked to make it easier for foster kids to get adopted. For 9/11 first responders to get the health care they deserve. For women around the world to be safe, to be treated with dignity, and to have more opportunity. Fights like these, they are what keep my mother going. They grabbed her heart. Her conscience. And they never let go. That is to my mom. She's a listener, a doer. She is a woman driven by compassion, by faith, but a fierce sense of justice and a heart full of love.
Come this November, I'm voting for a woman as a role model and a mother. A woman who has spent her entire life fighting for families and children. I'm voting for the Progressive who will protect our planet from climate change, who will reform our criminal justice system, who knows that women's rights are human rights, and who knows that LGBT rights are human rights. Here at home, and around the world, I'm voting for a fighter who never ever gives up and who believes we can always do better when we come together and work together.
I hope that my children will someday be as proud of me as I am of my mom. I am so grateful to be her daughter. I'm so grateful that she is Charlotte and Aidan's grandmother. She makes me proud every single day. And mom, grandma would be so proud of you tonight.
To everyone watching here at home, I know with all my heart that my mother will make us proud as our next president.
Read full speech on [Vox.com]
The choice is clear, my friends.
Every generation of Americans has come together to make our country freer, fairer and stronger.
None of us ever have or can do it alone.
I know that at a time when so much seems to be pulling us apart, it can be hard to imagine how we'll ever pull together.
But I'm here to tell you tonight — progress is possible.
I know, I know because I've seen it in the lives of people across America who get knocked down and get right back up.
And I know it, I know it from my own life. More than a few times, I've had to pick myself up and get back in the game.
Like so much else in my life, I got this from my mother too. She never let me back down from any challenge. When I tried to hide from a neighborhood bully, she literally blocked the door. "Go back out there," she said.
And she was right. You have to stand up to bullies.
You have to keep working to make things better, even when the odds are long and the opposition is fierce.
We lost our mother a few years ago, but I miss her every day. And I still hear her voice urging me to keep working, keep fighting for right, no matter what.
That's what we need to do together as a nation.
Though "we may not live to see the glory," as the song from the musical Hamilton goes, "let us gladly join the fight."
Let our legacy be about "planting seeds in a garden you never get to see."
That's why we're here ... not just in this hall, but on this Earth.
The Founders showed us that. And so have many others since.
They were drawn together by love of country, and the selfless passion to build something better for all who follow.
That is the story of America. And we begin a new chapter tonight.
Yes, the world is watching what we do.
Yes, America's destiny is ours to choose.
So let's be stronger together, my fellow Americans.
Let's look to the future with courage and confidence.
Let's build a better tomorrow for our beloved children and our beloved country.
And when we do, America will be greater than ever.
Thank you, and may God bless you and the United States of America!
Read full speech on [npr.com]