On Thursday night, Hillary Clinton became the first woman in U.S. history to accept a major party’s nomination for the presidency. Her speech, following remarks (and a surprisingly stirring hug) from her daughter Chelsea, was a steady, animated appeal towards unity—Hamilton quote notwithstanding. Here is the full transcript: Thank you! Thank you for that amazing welcome. And Chelsea, thank you. I’m so proud to be your mother and so proud of the woman you’ve become. Thanks for bringing Marc into our family, and Charlotte and Aidan into the world. And Bill, that conversation we started in the law library 45 years ago is still going strong. It’s lasted through good times that filled us with joy, and hard times that tested us. And I’ve even gotten a few words in along the way. On Tuesday night, I was so happy to see that my Explainer-in-Chief is still on the job. I’m also grateful to the rest of my family and the friends of a lifetime. To all of you whose hard work brought us here tonight, and to those of you who joined our campaign this week. And what a remarkable week it’s been. We heard the man from Hope,… Read full this story
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