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>> And tonight, I ask you to do for Hillary Clinton what you did for me.
>> America isn't about yes, he will, it's about yes, we can.>> Obama's message was clear. America's future is bright. A speech crafted to stand out in stark contrast to the almost dystopian warnings that came from Donald Trump just a week ago.>> Our power doesn't come from self-declared savior promising that he alone can restore order as long as we do things his way.
We don't look to be ruled.>>
>> If party unity has been the watch word of this entire event, signs of this party has turned a corner. Hillary Clinton taking the stage tonight at the end of Barack Obama speech to an incredible applause. Now this is a woman who's mere name two days ago stirred boos and jeers, hisses and organized walkouts from some members of the Bernie Sander's contingent.
We saw none of that tonight. But there are people still holding their breath. Thursday, Hillary Clinton will again take the stage, and we won't know for sure until that point whether she's actually won the approval of the people in this room.