Fact-checking Hillary Clinton's acceptance of the Democratic nomination

The Democratic Party has a new presidential nominee, and for the first time for either major political party, she is a woman. Hillary Clinton — a former secretary of state, senator and first lady — accepted her party’s nomination on July 28, 2016, the final night of the Democratic National Convention. After being introduced by her daughter Chelsea, Clinton challenged the campaign message of Republican nominee Donald Trump as being all about himself. "That's why ‘Stronger Together’ is not just a lesson from our history," Clinton told the crowd at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pa. "It's not just … >>More
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