Democratic-sheet on Wednesday shows Donald trump as a threat to the American dream - and Hillary Clinton, as the only chance of the country to save her.
President Barack Obama called trump a "homegrown demagogue." Michael Bloomberg dismissed it as "against." And Vice President Joe Biden, rejecting trump said that "the Americans never, never, never, never will lead his country down."
"It's not just a choice between parties or policies, the usual debates between left and right," Obama said. "This is a more fundamental choice is about who we, as a nation, and whether to stay true to this great American experiment in self-government."
Obama tried to give Clinton every ounce of confidence that he has, telling the delegates that no man or woman ever was better qualified for President than former Secretary of state. The President has made it clear that Clinton is the only person capable of continuing his legacy.
"I have confidence that I leave this stage today with a light heart that the Democratic party is in good hands," Obama said. Even the last line of Obama was designed to accentuate its vision Clinton as his successor. "Thank you for this incredible journey," he said.
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