Clinton Rouses U.S. Expats in Mexico as She Accepts Democratic Nomination
Hillary Clinton's Record on Immigration: This video shows Hillary Clinton's statements on immigration reform from 1994 to the present. (Tercera Opcion)
Dozens of US expats in Mexico City gathered at the capital’s American Legion bar on Thursday to watch Hillary Clinton accept the Democratic presidential nomination.
The crowd at the American bar were roused by Clinton‘s more upbeat view of the country than the dark vision Trump offered at last week’s Republican convention.
Clinton said it would be her “primary mission” to create more opportunities and more jobs with rising wages, and to confront stark choices in battling determined enemies and “threats and turbulence” around the world and at home.
Doug Hall hails from Georgia and told Reuters he was won over by Clinton.
“She delivered a magnificent speech. She did what she needed to do which is bringing the Democratic Party together with the many vows that she made to the Bernie Sanders supporters. But also at the same time she made it very clear to the world what type of strong leader she would be for the country. She showed her true character,” he said.
The former senator, First Lady and Secretary of State Clinton, who is now vying to be the first woman elected U.S. president, called her nomination a “milestone”, vowing to bring her experience in public office to the Oval Office.
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