Expectations high for President Obama's speech tonight at DNC

After former President Bill Clinton's speech before the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C. last night, the attention turns to President Barack Obama who will formally accept the party's nomination for president tonight.

Expectations for the president are high as he must not only convince people to vote for him, but he must also to live up to his 2008 nomination speech.

Vice President Joe Biden will also speak before the president and accept the party's nomination for vice president.

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