Follow Friday: The Democratic National Convention

Friday, September 07, 2012

President Barack Obama joins former President Bill Clinton on stage after Clinton's speech at the Democratic National Convention. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

It's all politics this week, as the Democratic National Convention wrapped up last night with President Barack Obama accepting his party's nomination. How will President Clinton's appearance influence voters come November? Did the DNC convince swing voters to give President Obama another chance? 

Ron Christie, Takeaway contributor and Republican strategist, and Emily Bazelon, senior editor at Slate and Truman Capote Law and Media fellow at Yale Law School, reflect on the DNC and RNC, from Michelle and Ann to Barack and Mitt.


Emily Bazelon and Ron Christie

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