Democratic National Convention: Hillary Clinton Becomes First Female Presidential Nominee

By  //  July 27, 2016

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DAY 2 AT THE DNC

ABOVE VIDEO: At the Democratic National Convention, former president Bill Clinton says Hillary Clinton has a history of being a “change-maker” and is the best choice for president. (CNN Video)

(CNN) – Bill Clinton isn’t used to being the second act, but he slipped comfortably into that role Tuesday night when making a forceful case that his wife is the proven change-maker who should become president of the United States in November.

After struggling to control his temper and his outbursts on the campaign trail in 2008, the former president has been a far more disciplined, supportive spouse on the campaign trail this time — traveling across the country to campaign for his wife and carefully avoiding GOP nominee Donald Trump’s provocations.

On Tuesday night, he delved deeply into her biography to cast her as change agent — hinting that while she might not be as natural a politician, she has spent her life fighting to improve people’s lives, particularly the lives of children and the disabled.

“She’s the best darn change-maker I’ve ever met in my entire life. This is a really important point,” Clinton said of his wife.

“This woman has never been satisfied with the status quo … She always wants to move the ball forward. That is just who she is.”

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ABOVE VIDEO: On the second night of the Democratic National Convention, former President Bill Clinton made the case for his wife Hillary Clinton who became the first female presidential nominee of a major party


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