Serious moments alternated with humorous ones as the Democrats officially nominated Hillary Clinton and her husband touted her change-making abilities.
Bill Clinton is the first American president to endorse his wife as a presidential nominee. He did so after calling her his "best friend" and "the best darn change-maker" he's ever known.
When the protesters repeatedly interrupted the former president's speech, he launched into a long, loud defense of his record, as well as Hillary Clinton's.
The MSNBC host compares her experience in 1992 with the youthful enthusiasm greeting Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders.
One of Bill Clinton's friends shockingly alleges that the former president privately acknowledged his wife was uncomfortable with the idea of gay rights.
Bill Clinton spoke at the 18th annual National HRC Gala urging LGBT activists and community members to continue the fight for LGBT rights domestically and abroad.
The fight for ENDA might end up looking familiar to those who lived through the Clinton administration.