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♪ hello, philadelphia. i'm so happy to spend a great day and night. what an incredible honor that you have given me. and i can't believe we just put the biggest crack in that glass ceiling yet. after all, when there are no ceilings the sky is the limit. (cheers and applause). so headlights keep going. let's keep going until everyone of the 161 million women and girls across america has the opportunity she deserves to ha
have. ♪ >> good evening, i'm dawn timmeney. >> i'm chris o'connell. thanks for joining us tonight for our you decide special after a huge week in philadelphia. >> hillary clinton making history becoming the first woman to be nominated as presidential candidate for a major american political party and tonight we want to take look back at the highlights of dnc that took over the city of brotherly love. >> and we also want to look ahead to november. we are now if you can believe it 102 days away from the general election. clinton will face off against donald trump after he was nominated as the republican candidate last week in cleve lap. trump got a bit of a bump in the polls aft the republican national convention. but those polls still remain close. >> meanwhile in pennsylvania poll row he is looed yesterday shows clinton with solid lead over donald trump among likely pennsylvania voters and head to head matchup in the suffolk university survey chin ton ahead of trump 50% to 41% with 8%
undecided. democrats have won the keystone state by the way since 1992. meanwhile, hillary clinton and running mate senator tim kaine are wasting no time after a busy convention week. they set out for a bus tour. this is the pair campaigning in harrisburg. they began the tour this morning at philadelphia at temple university. does bruce gordon has wrap up of today's rally. >> reporter: crowds that formed hours before the clinto clinton/kaine midday recall seemed younger than usual. wasn't just the venue college campus. no, you could chalk this up to parents wanting their kids, daughters in particular, to get up close look at what a female presidential nominee looks like. hillary clinton might just become the leader of the free world. >> i think that she could change how a lot of people think they can do. >> is she changing your views? >> yes. >> reporter: secretary clinton was accompanied on stage by her running mate senator tim kaine and by her husband our 42nd
president. all eyes many of them so young, so wide open, were on the woman who made history at the wells fargo sent thursday night. mrs. clinton said as she look out at that crowd upon accepting the democratic nomination -- >> knew that every parent in this country could look at their son or their daughter and now say the very same thing. you too could be president of the united states! >> politics and policies of her speech almost certainly went over the heads of the youngest in this crowd. but that's okay. >> think get this is very important a woman could be president. she gets it especially. >> i think it's pretty cool for the first woman president, um, to become president. >> reporter: think you could become president some day? >> yes. left we get too impressed by america's progressive views and gentle and politics, dozens of countries around the world have already broken this barrier.
>> in jamaica we have a woman president. >> reporter: left we think the clinton nomination is all about the aspirations of little girls and it's also about fulfilling the dreams of former young women. >> you voted fori char nixon for the first time in 1972. back them could you imagined being able to vote for woman. >> no, and i'm so excited. >> the clinton/kaine bustler take democrats across pennsylvania and ohio both considered battleground states. >> dnc big success for the city of philadelphia at least that's what mayor jim kenney is saying speaking at afternoon news conference kenney says the convention ran smoothly and right according to plan. the mayor seemed proud to report there were no arrests made by philadelphia city police offic officers during the dnc. federal officials however did charge several demonstrators who jump the fence at fdr park. democratic mayor says philly cemented it's reputation as city that does big events like the
pope or the dnc pretty well. >> i want to thank philadelphians for being such wonderful hosts. i had so many people stop me on the streets to tell me how friendly and fun philadelphians really are and that's the best advertising in the world. >> the mayor wanted to remind residents that city services like trash collection had to operate while the convention was underway. which he says they also did pretty well. throughout the day crews work hard to get the wells fargo center back to its normal condition. that is a big job and it's not just the arena that needs cleaning up. it was a big cleanup all around the city as the dnc moves out. sure was. fox 29's dave stratose shows us while visitors and locals alike say it was big success. >> reporter: as work crews cleaned up, security barriers got picked up and delegates packed up, philadelphia waived goodbye to the 2016 democratic national convention. the impressions were mostly go good. >> i love philadelphia. philadelphia is a great city,
upping, place where we founded our nation. >> what a great time. i'm sorry that it's over. and i have to consider maybe i'll go again in four years. roar report mike hal bert was alternate delegate from chicago. he says philadelphia knock it out of the park. >> superb job putting this convention on. it was first rate convention. >> kim work as a volunteer all week. she simply loved it. >> i had blast working with people. diverse crowd. >> wayne nelson work the rnc in cleveland and came right to philadelphia to sell hillary clinton t shirts and hats. >> i didn't see even an argument out here. everyone was peaceful, very peaceful. >> even with the big protest philadelphia police reported no property damage and no local arrests. just over one disorderly conduct citations issued to proteste prs nate went to out of towners. the seven people who made
headlines breaking through the dnc security gates they're all from out of town, too. >> i guess it doesn't really surprise me. >> very peaceful experience with the police here. >> reporter: most praised the city's security plan commissioner richard ross took a hands-on approach. >> i was quite impressed. >> everyone felt safe here. that's the most important thing. >> reporter: in center city, dave schratwieser, fox 29 news. >> more e-mail trouble for hillary clinton's camp tonight. >> fbi and justice department are investigate a computer hack of clinton's presidential campaign saying in statement that it's internal systems were not compromised. the up truce was discovered by private investigators hired by the campaign. now this comes as the democratic congressional campaign committee also revealed today it had been hacked in an incident similar to the breach at the party's main headquarters. so far however it's unclear exactly who tapped into the computers and which information was accessed at the congressional campaign committ committee. the dnc got off to rocky start because of that e-mail
hack. >> 19,000 democratic national committee e-mails were released by wikileaks after the breach. the e-mails showed that supposedly neutral party officials were favoring hillary clinton over center bernie sanders during primaries. as a result of that disclose showers party chairwoman debbie wasserman schultz announced her resignation this week. investigators think russia may be response al for the hack. >> donald trump spent his day campaigning in colorado and promising one thing after we race to november. >> i'm taking the gloves off, right? trump is going to be no more mr. nice guy. >> what set the republican nominee off. bernie sanders didn't make it to the finish line he had a significant impact on how hillary clinton will run her race. see how republicans will now use that to their advantage. >> at both conditions lgbt issues took center stage. see how each campaign tried to appeal to that community and as
we go to break here's another highlight from one of the most talked about speeches at the d dnc. >> america, you've vindicated that hope these past eight years. and now i'm ready to pass the baton and do my part as a private citizen. so this year in this election i'm asking you to join me to reject cynicism and reject fear and to summon what is best in us to elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states! and show the world we
i wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves. (cheers and applause). >> and i watch my daughters, two beautiful, intelligent black young women playing with their doing on the white house lawn and because of hillary clinton my daughters and all our sons and daughters now take nor granted that a woman can be president of the united states. >> the first lady made one of the most talked about speeches during the dnc this week in philadelphia. michelle obama shedding a light on the historical significance of the obama family's years in the white house as the firstst african-american family. meanwhile the dnc got a lot of buzz for the hollywood a listers it brought to town this week. >> includes eva lon garr ya, lena dunham, america ferrara,
meryl streep, elizabeth banks. who spoke about gender equality, immigration reform and gun violence for musicians lenny kavits alicia keys and carol king entertained the crowd. >> katie perry was there last night. here's a little bit of her performance. ♪ >> katie perry stomped for hillary clinton throughout the primary season popping at other cam paper events for the candidate. lgbt equality was also a concern addressed on stage at the dnc. congresswoman sean patrick mahoney spoke last night along lgbt rights active visit sarah mcbride. congressman maloney is the first openly gay person to ever be elected to congress and mcbride became the first transgender person to ever address a national political convention.
>> today in america lgbtq people are still targeted by hate that lives in both laws and in hear hearts. many still struggle just to get by. but i believe that tomorrow can be different. tomorrow we can be respect the and protected. especially if hillary clinton is our president. >> had a chance to meet her. she is one amazing woman. she's actually from wilmington, delaware. last week donald trump used part of his september tans speech at the rnc to speak directly to the lgbtq community promising to protect them from violence in the aftermath of the attack on the gay knit club in orlando. he received applause at the convention but some lgbt active visits criticized the message because trump's running mate mike pence taken positions opposing lgbt equality. meanwhile trump took his campaign to colorado today. >> running mate concentrates in
rallies in the heartland fox's carl cameron was with the trump campaign in denver tonight. >> reporter: colorado donald trump laced into hillary clinton. >> after watching that performance last night, i'm teagueing the gloves off, right trump is going to be no more are in mice guy. >> reporter: trump was defensive this morning aft hick pogs acceptance last night tweeting... trump cast clinton and democrat's optimism as dishonest and out of touch with reality. campaign statement declare quote hillary clinton's speech was insulting collection of cliches and recycled rhetoric she spent the evening talking down to the american people she's looked down her whole life. trump running mate mike pence took part in an annual motorcycle rally in his own state and appeared on hugh hewitt's radio show. he will tried to get media banned for political coverage reinstated.
>> i don't think name calling is anyplace in public life. >> reporter: trump on wisconsin radio show guest hosted by sheriff david clark said he would eliminate president obama's executive order prohibiting law enforcement from purchasing surplus military equipment in a heartbeat. >> a man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons. enough with the bigotry and the bomb bash. >> i think i had the best temper many certainly one of best temperment of anybody that's ever run for the office of president. >> in iowa trump last night predicted clinton would get bounce from her convention and acknowledged his weakness in the poles with women. he's the only choice to prevent clinton for backing the courts with liberal. >> if you really like donald trump, that's great. if you don't you have to vote for me any way. you know why? supreme court judges.
supreme court judges. have no choice. sorry. >> reporter: not only is this likely to be one of the nasty yesterday raises in decades it will be the longest in more than half a century. the last time both parties completed their conventions in july, john f. kennedy was ru running are you char nixon in 1960. carl cameron, fox news. >> voters in north carolina had not be required to shot photo identification when heading to the polls in november. federal appeals court block the law claiming it would have made it harder for african-americans to vote. they say the other rules within the law would have disproportionately affected minorities and this is the third ruling in less than two weeks against voter id laws aft recent court decisions in texas and wisconsin. senator bernie sanders put up quite the fight against hillary clinton this campaign season although he didn't come out on top we'll explain how his impact will still be felt throughout the remainder of the campaign. and as we head to break another major speech highlight from the dnc.
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bust people you're being ridiculous. >> another much talked about moment at this week's dnc median sarah silverman goes off script bernie sans backers as some of the senator supporters booed and engineered convention speakers silverman was an early supporter of sanders. bernie sanders himself was in solidarity with clinton this week. supporting her at the dnc. >> although some of his supporters found it difficult to let go sanders last night tweeted, i congratulated hillary clinton on this historic achievement we are stronger together. sanders made a future impact on this year' election political analysts say the progressive pushed clinton further to the left on her politic during the democratic primary bernie sanders criticized clinton's ties to wall street. he'll return to his senate seat representing the state of
vermont as an independent the affiliation he used when elected to congress. >> one of the talking points will be hillary clinton has tapped too far left in order to gain bernie sanders supporters. >> fox's mike emmanuel takes a look at that part of the story. some we're going to break through the gridlock in washington and make the biggest investment in new good paying jobs since world war ii. (applause). >> reporter: her rally today at temple university hillary clinton spoke of government spending leading to quality jobs. former president bill clinton may still be on stage in the supporting roll but he signs the north american free trait agreement and democrats are lining up to defeat trade deals like tpp. anti signs were every at this week's convention even though president obama supports it. last night clinton thanked democrats socialist bernie sanders for his contributions to this 2016 campaign. >> you put economic and social
justice issue issues front and r where they belong. >> clinton she's picking up the mantle for him. >> to all of your supporters here and around the country, i want you to know, i've heard you, your cause is our cause. (cheers and applause). >> reporter: even with her tributes clinton was heckled boy some of sanders supporters who are not satisfied. this week sanders celebrated pushing the party to the left. >> the sanders camp and the clinton cam work together on creating the most progressive platform in the history of the democratic party. (cheers and applause). >> reporter: there was also heckling this week of president obama's former secretary of defense and cia director leon panetta. and now it is more liberal ideas that draw the applause.
>> is there anybody at temple that like the idea of debt free college? (cheers and applause). >> ken for democrats heading into the general election if the clinton campaign went too far left during the primaries, the truth is, they had to with energy and huge crowds turning out for bernie sanders in his ideas that likely make it more challenging to win those moderates in the middle. in philadelphia, mike emmanuel, fox news. and thank you for joining us for our special you decide tonight. fox 29 beginning an 11:00 o'clock newscast every week night beginning neck mond monday. >> we're excited about that. and tomorrow make sure you join in to good day weekend starting at 7:00 a.m. have great night an good weeke at 7:00 a.m. have great night an good weeke weekend, everyone.
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