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Hillarys Acceptance Speech
At the Democratic National Convention it's both an historic moment and the end of a rough week. Leaked emails led to the resignation of the national committee chair...and chaos on the convention floor. Now the DNC ends with Hillary Clinton as the first woman to accept a major party's nomination for president. Well bring you the reaction to her speech and to the convention.
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