Telephone lines were open for viewer comments on President Obama’s day three speech at the the Democratic National Convention, and the party’s presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. From the C-SPAN News Desk in Washington, D.C., Greta Brawner read news headlines about the convention.
Telephone lines were open for a question related to day four of the Democratic National Convention, when former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was to give her acceptance speech of the party’s presidential nomination: “What does Hillary Clinton stand for?” From the C-SPAN News Desk in Washington, D.C., Greta Brawner read news headlines about the convention.
Activist and deferred action recipient Belen Sisa and Texas Democratic Party Chair Gilberto Hinojosa discuss the issue of immigration reform at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) and in the 2016 presidential election.
Arkansas Delegate Johnnie Roebuck and South Carolina Delegate Marguerite Willis examined Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s career and accomplishments and the historical significance of her nomination to be the first woman to head a major political party’s ticket.
At the conclusion of the program, Greta Brawner from the C-SPAN News Desk in Washington, D.C., shared news headlines about the convention.
Jeffrey Rosen talked about the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, the city of the 2016 Democratic National Convention (DNC). He also discussed how the center came into being, prior leaders of the organization, and constitutional issues.
Greta Brawner from the C-SPAN News Desk in Washington, D.C., read news headlines about the DNC.
President Obama delivered remarks at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, telling the crowd, “Tonight, I ask you to do for Hillary Clinton what you did for me.” He praised Hillary Clinton’s qualifications for president, saying “She knows what’s at stake in the decisions our government makes.” He also criticized Donald Trump, saying “Our strength, our greatness does not depend on Donald Trump.” Following his remarks, he was joined on stage by Hillary Clinton.
Vice President Joe Biden delivered remarks at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. He praised Hillary Clinton, saying “We all understand what it’ll mean for our daughters and granddaughters when Hillary Clinton walks into the Oval Office as president of the United States. He then criticized Donald Trump, saying "No major party nominee in the history of this nation has ever known less or been less prepared to deal with our national security.”
Two Democratic members of Congress sat down for a discussion on the future of American foreign policy. They were Representaive Adam Schiff of Californoa, senior Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee and Senator Chris Coons of Delaware, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. They discussed Donald Trump’s recent comments urging Russia to find Hillary CLinton’s missing emails, and whether he should recieve classified briefings as the Republican presidential nominee. They also talked about how Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy would differ from President Obama’s if she is elected president. The discussion was hosted by the Politico and took place in Philadelphia site of the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination to be vice president by saying “I humbly accept my party’s nomination.” He spoke about his faith, his family, and his work, and criticized Republican nominee Donald Trump.
President Obama, Vice President Biden, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine (D-VA) address delegates on the third night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Join C-SPAN with your calls and comments on social media as we preview the final day of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as Hillary Clinton prepares to give her acceptance speech tonight.
Hillary Clinton delivers her acceptance speech to delegates at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Tonight’s speakers include Chelsea Clinton, General John Allen (Ret.), and Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH)
Both the Democratic & Republican platforms have called for the restoration of the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act. Guest will give us some background on the Act, its aim & why there seems to be consensus on it in 2016.
U.S. foreign policy toward NATO & Russia, particularly following the failed military coup in Turkey and instability there; recent growing Russian involvement in the region; & Donald Trump’s remarks that the U.S. might not come to the defense of NATO
Following the supposed hacking of DNC emails by Russia, guest will discuss what the Russians could have been looking for in the information as well as what the 2016 election means for the future of U.S.-Russia relations.
Discuss how the campaigns of both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing to occupy the White House. Guest will discuss the many decisions that have to be made before either take office next January.