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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, july 27th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." >> hillary clinton makes history as at the democratic national convention, becoming the first presidential woman nominee of a major party. >> if there are any little girls out there who stayed up late to watch, let me just say, i may become the first woman president, but one of you is next. bernie sanders delivered the delegates. >> i move that hillary clinton be selected as the nominee of
the democratic party for president of the united states. >> but his supporters didn't stick around, stageing a walkou before the night headliner, bill clinton made the stage. he made his case. >> you can drop her in any trouble spot. pick her. come back in a months and somehow, some way, she will have made it better. that's just who she is. >> good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with us. i'm anne-marie green. president obama addresses the democratic national convention tonight where, yesterday, a longstanding glass ceiling was broken. hillary clinton became the first woman nominated to be a major party presidential candidate. last night, her husband, former president bill clinton, delivered a very personal 42-minute speech on her behalf.
jamie yuccas is in philadelphia with the details. jamie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. if hillary clinton wins on election day, her husband would also step into american history as first gentleman. as you said last night, bill clinton made a case for hillary to become president in that 42-minute long speech and it was his most personal one yet. hillary clinton made a surprise satellite appearance at the dnc last night with a message to young women watching her make history. >> i may become the first woman president, but one of you is next. thank you all. i can't wait to join you in philadelphia! >> reporter: moments before, former president bill clinton delivered a deeply personal address, during which he spoke about his partnership with his wife and called her a change maker. >> hillary will make us stronger together. you know it because she has b n
spent a lifetime doing it. i hope you'll elect her. >> reporter: the first secretary of state became the first to be president. >> i move that hillary clinton be selected as the nominee of the democratic party for president of the united states. >> reporter: after clinton was declared the nominee, angry sanders' supporters walked off the floor. not everyone is ready to support hillary clinton as the nominee, despite person bernie sanders using roll call for his state of vermont to try to unify the party. dozens of demonstrators rallied outside of the arena late into the night. >> we saensend a loud and clear message. >> reporter: some sanders' delegates say it's time to move on. you will vote for hillary clinton? >> he has asked us to do that and i although do as a loyal democrat. >> reporter: clinton's running mate tim kaine will also take
the stage here at the dnc tonight. a lot of democrats themselves are still unfamiliar with kaine so it will be a test for him. clinton, by the way, will accept the nomination on thursday. >> jamie yuccas in philadelphia, thank you so much, jamie. former president clinton asked voters to look at the real hillary clinton and to reject the republican caricature. he portrayed his wife as a warm and compassionate decision-maker, someone who is uniquely qualified to reduce risks and someone who will never give up. >> how does this square with the things that you heard at the republican convention? what is the difference in what i told you and what they had? how do you square it? you can't. one is real. the other is made up.
and you just have to decide -- you just have to decide which is which, my fellow americans. the real one had done more positive change making before she was 30 that many public officials do in a lifetime in office. the real one -- the real one, if you saw her friend bessie emily vote for illinois today, has friend from childhood through arkansas where she has not lived in more than 20 years who have gone all across america at their own expense to fight for the person they know. the real one has earned the loyalty and the respect and the firm support of people who have worked with her in every stage of her life, including leaders around the world who know her to be able, straightforward, and
complete trustworthy. >> cbs news political director john dickerson has more on bill clinton's endorsement of his wife. >> this is both a speech of personal testimony, but it was also a job recommendation. as tim kaine said as he was named as the vice president, if you want to know what a person is really like, look what they cared about before politics, so bill clinton went through a long list of all the committees and reports and studies and efforts that hillary clinton made before she entered politic to help kid. that is all character for her so show she has a heart that has been in this for a long time but the job recommendation part was interesting. it was that idea of change-maker. she is running against change. donald trump and his campaign are saying we are change and that hillary clinton is not change. she has been involved in politics a long time. what bill clinton is changing the definition there and definition is through hard plotting work and telling the
story she was so good at that and these are the two different concepts that change left field in the election. >> before bill clinton spoke, donald trump delivered via twitter. he said the following. bill clinton never mentioned donald trump by name. not the case with former secretary of state madeleine albright who argued trump is not qualified to handle united states foreign policy. >> he has undermined our fight against terrorism by alienating our muslim partners. he has weakened our standing in the world by threatening to walk away from our friends and our allies, and by encouraging more countries to get nuclear weapons. donald trump also has a strange admiration for dictators -- saddam hussein, kim jong-un, vladimir putin. when asked about putin, donald
trump said, and i quote, in terms of leadership, he's getting an a. the truth is that a trump victory in november would be a gift to vladimir putin and given what we have learned about the russian's recent actions, putin is eager to see trump win. >> well, the recent actions albright referred to are allegations that russia is behind the hack of democratic national convention e-mails to help donald trump. the e-mails released by wiki leaks, putin favored donald trump over sanders and worked on her behalf. cbs news is told they are confident the russian government is behind the e-mail scandal. the dem said maybe it is russia dealing with trump. crazy. for the record, i have zero investments in russia. coming up on "cbs this morning,"
we will talk with trump campaign chairman paul manafort about the dnc hacking and have the very latest from the democratic national convention. well, one of the pen who attacked a french church was under surveillance after two failed attempts to reach syria. a prosecutor said the man was born in the normandy town. they slit the throat of a priest and recording the attacks on their phone. police killed the pair and freed the hostages. isis claimed responsibility. the attack appears to be the fourth in europe inspired by the militant group in less than two weeks. cooler, calmer weather is helping crews control a pair of wildfires in california. one fire forced a half dozen parks on the state's big sur coast to close. eight hikers were trapped five days by the fire and they were finally rescued yesterday. and there is still a state of emergency north of los angeles. that fire killed one person and
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the electric car company opened the $5 billion gig a factory yesterday but the tesla chief says there is a long way to go. >> what you're seeing is actually only 14% of the size of the -- of what it will ultimately be and it's quite huge. >> the plan could nearly double world production of lithian ion batteries. a national contest is challenging students to cook up healthier menus. >> people just get a little bigger and bigger and they end of dying. >> their dishes were taste-tested by lawmakers and celebrity chefs. the meals had to meet federal standards for cost and nutrition. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," special convention coverage from philadelphia. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
here's another look at this morning's top storiy. last night, hillary clinton became the first woman to be nominated for president by a major party. in a deeply personal endorsement, her husband, the former president, said she was a change-maker. >> hillary is uniquely qualified to seize the opportunities and reduce the risk we face, and she is still the best darn change-maker i have ever known. >> earlier at the end of the roll call vote, clinton's form oolal rival, bernie sanders, asked the convention to nominate her by acclamation. president obama is expected to speak tonight. mothers who lost children to
violence, demarco morgan talks to the mothers of eric garner, michael brown, jordan david, blair holt, idia pendleton and trayvon martin. >> we are officers and in a club we have not chosen to be in. stand your ground or police brutality or murdered in another city. so we developed a strong message and voice in this election system what needs to be changed in the world today. we give our voice to this. our children will not die in vain, none of them. >> what is the conversation has to be had that needs to be had for young boys and young african-american men in this country? >> they feel that they are under assault. we know they are under assault, but we would tell them, you have every right to walk with your head held high, but do understand that, you know, there are those in this country that don't necessarily value your life. so being empowered, stand up, and fight for what you deserve.
>> reporter: do you blame obama for what has happened? >> i do not, only because he didn't pull the trigger. a lot of us, you know, feel like more could be done, but we know that it is a process. >> reporter: a lot of people will not be happy to see you on that stage. some people will have something to say on the other side. >> we are mothers who have all buried our children. why not look at who we are for just that? we are a group of mothers that really are out here using our voices to minimize the possibility that someone else would have to join this. >> reporter: what has it been like living without trayvon, living without idia and living without jordan, mike brown, eric garner? >> it feels like you continue to live your life and something major is missing, like your heart is missing or a limb is missing. it feels like something is
missing. >> demarco morgan is reporting there. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the beginning of the end for president obama, as he speaks tonight at the convention. we take a closer look at his legacy. plus, mo rocca talks with dieds about what they would do if they were elected president. and legendary singer carole king stops by. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
thank you all, i cannot wait to see you in philadelphia, thank you. hillary clinton is officially the democratic nominee for president, this morning, the way her husband bill clinton says she will lead the country if elect. outside police made the first arrest of dnc protesters we will tell you what the secret service says four people did that has them facing a judge today. plus a major ruling regarding a high profile member of the clergy decision in the case of the monday or william lynn that could make him a freeman, very soon. good morning today is wednesday, july 27th i'm jim donovan. i'm brooke thomas all that plus we will tell you which part of our state, donald trump is