In a bookend to his 2008 Democratic National Convention speech, the president heartily endorsed his former secretary of state. Of Donald Trump, he said: 'we don't look to be ruled.'
The U.S. senator from Virginia accepted the nomination of the Democratic Party to be Hillary Clinton's running mate, and mocked her opponent's oft-repeated line, "believe me."
In what is seen as his political swansong, Vice President Joe Biden told the Democratic National Convention why voters need to reject Donald Trump, and that "Hillary gets it."
Hillary Clinton won the Democratic nomination Tuesday night, but some newspapers would lead you to believe it was Bill Clinton's historic moment, not hers.
One writer even referred to them as "rape rooms."
Rachel Maddow criticized it as "shocking and weird" to repeatedly call Hillary Clinton "a girl."