Kamala Harris officially nominated for vice-president at Democratic convention – live | US news

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Barack Obama’s return to big political speeches – something he hasn’t really done over the last four years – is stirring up some real nostalgia among some viewers:

Jill Filipovic
(@JillFilipovic)

God Obama is just such a talented orator and I really miss having a president who isn’t a total sociopath and can speak in complete sentences.


August 20, 2020

John Legend
(@johnlegend)

Wow. It will always be stunning that America went from Barack Obama to the weak, sorry excuse for a President we have now.


August 20, 2020

Jessica Valenti
(@JessicaValenti)

Obama has the glow of a man whose wife actually loves him


August 20, 2020

Wajahat “Wears a Mask Because of a Pandemic” Ali
(@WajahatAli)

Subliminal Obama: “Get off your damn ass and vote! What more do I have to say? Are you kidding me? Vote, fools. Vote! I didn’t spend 8 years trying to help this country just to see a dumbass like Trump destroy it in 8.”


August 20, 2020










Harris officially becomes vice presidential nominee



















When Kamala Harris accepts the Democratic vice presidential nomination, she will stand at a podium facing a largely-empty room, filled with only members of the press, production staff and campaign aides.

Signs bearing the names of all 57 states and territories are placed throughout the room and an image of the markers is reflected on the screen behind the podium.

The room, called Wilmington Hall, is inside the Chase Center, a waterfront convention center near Joe Biden’s home.

Lauren Gambino
(@laurenegambino)

Welcome to the Wilmington Hall, where Harris will accept the nomination to be Vice President tonight tonight and where Joe Biden will deliver his acceptance speech tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/UPo90u2DLp


August 20, 2020

That’s it! That’s the room where history will be made tonight.

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