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This Progressive Short Take reviews Michelle Obama’s speech at the 2020 Democratic Convention.
Democrats hoping to create a surge of enthusiasm behind Joe Biden’s presidential bid will look to Wednesday’s convention headliners to broaden the party’s focus from a multipart rebuke of President Donald Trump to a message of change.
Former President Barack Obama, a transformational figure for the Democratic Party who picked Biden as his running mate a dozen years ago, has top billing for the third night of the all-virtual Democratic National Convention, starting at 9 p.m. EDT.
Before Obama tries to tap into the broad coalition that elected him as the country’s first Black president, the lineup is set for America to hear from Sen. Kamala Harris in her first prime-time appearance as Biden’s history-making running mate. Hillary Clinton, another barrier breaker as the first female presidential nominee of any major party, will also speak.
Former President Barack Obama: “Donald Trump hasn’t grown into the job because he can’t. And the consequences of that failure are severe. 170,000 Americans dead. Millions of jobs gone.”
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Kamala Harris, the California senator turned vice presidential candidate, will introduce herself to American voters Wednesday in her first primetime speech since joining the Democratic ticket.
The evening, themed “A More Perfect Union,” focuses on the people who Joe Biden says will help him succeed if elected. Party favorites including former President Barack Obama, 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senator Elizabeth Warren will all take star turns.
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Michelle Obama wore a necklace that spelled out VOTE while speaking at the virtual Democratic National Convention on Monday night. Video screenshot by Gael Fashingbauer Cooper/CNETThis story is part of Elections 2020, CNET’s coverage of the run-up to voting in November. When Michelle Obama spoke at the virtual Democratic National Convention Monday night, her necklace sent a message that captured many viewers’ attention. Obama, the final speaker during the DNC’s first night, discussed the importance of voting in this fall’s presidential election while wearing a gold necklace that spelled out V-O-T-E. She encouraged listeners to register to vote and to “vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris like our lives depend on it.”After her speech, there was such buzz about her jewelry its designer quickly offered it for sale online. While Obama never mentioned the jewelry, and the necklace was subtle, many viewers not only noticed but wanted one of their own. As soon as her speech ended, social media users began posting asking where they could buy the necklace. A representative for Los Angeles-based jewelry business By Chari confirmed Monday night that the necklace is part of the company’s custom collection, which allows buyers to spell out a name or other word on the necklace. After Obama’s speech, the company quickly added the specific VOTE necklace to its website, priced at $295 (about £223, AU$407).”So many people have been buying it (since Obama’s speech),” the By Chari representative told me via email. The catalog copy doesn’t mention Obama, but calls the necklace “undoubtedly our best-selling style,” and encourages buyers to “VOTE your heart out.” The necklace will take three to four weeks to produce, the site says. Entertain your brain with the coolest news from streaming to superheroes, memes to video games. The social buzz started almost as soon as Obama first appeared and began speaking.”Psst, Biden team: Start selling that vote necklace Michelle Obama is wearing and you’ll fund ads for the next 77 days,” Christina Reynolds tweeted. CNN White House correspondent Kate Bennett was among the first to report that the necklace was from By Chari.”Michelle Obama has always been extremely conscious that whatever she wears will likely sell out, and as such often champions smaller, less-well-known labels and brands, many with culturally diverse owners/designers,” Bennett tweeted. Just a week ago, Cuthbert, 36, spoke to Time Magazine about shifting her small company to a work-at-home business during the coronavirus outbreak. Her company has a special focus on mothers, she told Time, and work-life balance was very important to her.”We’ve been really pushing that message of self-love,” Cuthbert said. “Just taking a little time to yourself, even though we know with screaming kids in the background, it’s kind of impossible.”If the VOTE necklace proves as popular as it seemed after Obama’s speech, Cuthbert’s staff may have a little less time to themselves soon.
Trump to Michelle Obama I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for Barack.
President Donald Trump responded Tuesday morning to former first lady Michelle Obama’s forceful rebuke of his character and leadership — claiming that he would not have been elected to the White House were it not for what he called the failings of her husband’s administration.
“Somebody please explain to @MichelleObama that Donald J. Trump would not be here, in the beautiful White House, if it weren’t for the job done by your husband, Barack Obama,” Trump wrote on Twitter.
Michelle Obama delivered a heartfelt speech at this year’s virtual Democratic National Convention, singing the praises of Democratic presidential nominee and former vice president, Joe Biden. The former first lady, who spent two terms in the White House with her husband, former president Barack Obama, urged Americans to vote in the upcoming election.
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Former President Barack Obama had strong words about the Trump administration during his speech at the 2020 Democratic National Convention.
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CNN’s Chris Cuomo and Jeremy Diamond fact check President Trump’s tweets that were posted as former President Barack Obama gave his speech at the 2020 Democratic National Convention.
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Former President Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett joins “CBS This Morning” to talk about the 2020 Democratic National Convention, and Michelle Obama’s “powerful” speech.
Former President Barack Obama criticised US leaders overseeing the nation’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
He did not name President Donald Trump or other federal or state officials in his commencement address to US high school seniors graduating this year.
He urged the young graduates to be unafraid despite the current challenges facing the nation and to strive to be part of a diverse community.
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President Trump is firing back at former President Barack Obama after Mr. Obama criticized the response to the coronavirus over the weekend. In a pair of virtual graduation speeches, Mr. Obama said the pandemic has exposed a lack of leadership in the U.S. Ed O’Keefe reports.
U.S. President Donald Trump called former president Barack Obama “incompetent” after Obama criticized the U.S. response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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A war of words between President Trump and former President Barack Obama is escalating over how U.S. leadership has prepared for and responded to the COVID-19 outbreak. Nikole Killion has the latest.
Former US president Barack Obama has accused some officials overseeing the American coronavirus response as not “even pretending to be in charge”.
Donald Trump hit back by calling Mr Obama “grossly incompetent”.
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