Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute of Public Opinion, says Trump's recent bounce in the polls shouldn't be taken seriously. Miringoff explains the polls to watch will be released the week following the Democratic National Convention.
On the sidelines of the DNC .McClatchy politics editor Steve “Buzz” Thomma and Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe discussed vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine, the recent WikiLeaks dump and embattled former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Former President Bill Clinton spoke of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention, recalling the beginnings of their relationship and calling his wife "the best darn change maker I ever met."
Follow the historical roll call vote that elected Hillary Clinton the Democratic party’s nominee for President of the United States.
Supporters of former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders disrupted the first night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week. Some have told McClatchy it'll take until November for them to decide whether they'll unite behind Hillary Clinton.
McClatchy's David Lightman and The Miami Herald's Patricia Mazzei discuss whether Bill Clinton's DNC speech will help or hurt his wife's bid for the White House. The former president will address the convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Embattled former Democratic National Convention chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) is up for re-election next month amid an emails scandal. The South Florida congresswoman resigned from her DNC post this week after thousands of emails leaked showed her lending favor to Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.
McClatchy politics editor Steve "Buzz" Thomma and Calif. Rep. Xavier Becerra discussed some of the issues of the election from Philadelphia including Kamala Harris' comments to rival Loretta Sanchez about Obama's endorsement, Donald Trump's tax forms and being vetted for vice president.
Sen. Bernie Sanders ended the first night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention by pleading with supporters to rally around Hillary Clinton in November. Hecklers disrupted much of the first day of the convention in Philadelphia, despite Sanders pleas.
In an emotional speech on the opening night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Michelle Obama focused on the important role the next president will have on America's children and how Hillary Clinton is the one for the job.
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