Hillary Clinton accepted the appointment with "humility, determination, and boundless confidence in America's future," taking its place in history as the first woman presidential candidate.
However, she warned voters that the nation is experiencing a serious "moment of reckoning" from economic pain, violence and terror. Former first lady, Senator and Secretary of state have set out their views on the White house and humiliated the Republican candidate, Donald trump, portraying him as a little man who got rich by working. He lacks the temperament to be commander in chief.
She quickly reached out to disenchanted voters Bernie Sanders at the end of the Convention, devoted to healing the deep division of their contentious primary race. With the Senator of Vermont, watching from the arena, Clinton told supporters: "I heard that you - our business.".
Her speech lacked the poetic scope to the address of US President Barack Obama on Wednesday. But, as she playfully batted away by an avalanche of balloons on stage with her partner, Tim Kane, Clinton appeared proud, happy, and enjoyed her historical moment.
President Barack Obama congratulated Clinton at the conclusion of his speech. "She checked. She's ready. She never quits. That is why Hillary should be our next President."
As for national security, Clinton warned that the President needs to make decisions about war and peace, life and death. Clinton repeatedly attacked trump - who spent much dark vision of the future of America at its own Convention last week.
Trump, in turn, caused Clinton to return fire ""no one is more worst decisions than Hillary Clinton corruption and devastation follow her wherever she went," he wrote. "Hillary's war in the middle East unleashed destruction, terrorism and ISIS around the world."
But Clinton is working to convince the American people that she understands their frustration and economic anxiety at a time when many of them still don't trust her.
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