Delegates celebrate Clinton’s historic night at DNC

Today delegates from New York held a breakfast to celebrate the historic night that Hillary Clinton became the presidential nominee.

Today delegates from New York held a breakfast to celebrate the historic night that Hillary Clinton became the presidential nominee. (7/27/16)

PHILADELPHIA - Today delegates from New York held a breakfast to celebrate the historic night that Hillary Clinton became the presidential nominee.

Hillary Clinton is now the first woman to be nominated by a major political party.

However, not all Democrats were on board, with die-hard Bernie Sanders supporters still being heard and seen at the convention.

Former president Bill Clinton attempted to personalize his wife last night during a prime time address.

Tonight, some of the Democrat’s biggest stars will grace the stage from President Obama to Vice President Joe Bide.

In addition, former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine are expected to speak.

Clinton will address the convention in person on Thursday night.

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