The final night is boring. Few big name speakers.
Overall, it’s been a staid affair. No invocations of Lucifer. No chants about jailing Mr Trump. No thinly-veiled bigotry. No overt bigotry. No Chicken Little syndrome. No emocons.
OK I wrote too soon. There’s Katy Perry without the left shark.
Ms Clinton says Mr Trump is a small man, stiffs working Americans, and can’t be trusted with nukes.
And she’s right.
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Before it begins:
It’s nice of the Republican’s “law and order” nominee to reveal the Putin-Snowden-Assange-Trump axis. However, he can expect a visit from the FBI.
Mr Trump has said he could shoot someone in the middle of Fifth Avenue and not lose any votes. Now he’s saying he can suborn espionage from a foreign government and get away with it.
Many of Mr Trump’s supporters share his bromance with the Russian strongman.
Mr Assange may have given the UK government a legitimate legal reason to extradite him to the US.
Well played, Jules.
The VPOTUS states the obvious that Mr Trump has no clue.
He closes with “We’re America!” Riveting!
Mr Bloomberg just locked down independent voters for Ms Clinton by suggesting Mr Trump is incompetent and possibly insane. Harsh words from one billionaire to another.
Tim Kaine speaks in Spanish. Mr Trump tweets in support of his deportation.
The POTUS calls Mr Trump a home-grown demagogue.
POTUS and Clinton embrace.
Utah, the beehive hairdo state! …
History made: Ms Clinton is the nominee, Mr Sanders departs the stage gracefully.
Cecile Richards’ appearance at the convention is a giant middle finger to Carly Fiorina and Fox News, and the Colorado Springs mass murderer who was inspired by both.
Lena Dunham and America Ferrara deal themselves in.
As this goes on, Berniebros are holding a cry-in at the media tents.
A Queens congressperson accuses Mr Trump of being a real life Bobby Axelrod (of Billions).
Howard Dean reenacts “The Scream” and appears tame compared to Mr Trump.
Bill Clinton spins an effective yarn, at odds with the meta-narrative of Mr Trump and Berniebros.
Glass ceiling smashed.
Mr Sanders is learning first hand how politically naive his most fervent supporters are.
One person’s tantrums are another person’s heteroglossia.
Al Franken brings the comedy.
Sarah Silverman brings the rationality.
Can I just say, to the “Bernie or Bust” people, you’re being ridiculous.
Mr Booker shouts, Berniebros bark.
announces candidacy delivers the goods.
Ms Warren questions what kind of a man Mr Trump is. Berniebros heckle.
Bernie endorses over tears of supporters.