Will Hillary Clinton Get a Polling Bump Out of the DNC?

ABC News' Jon Karl and Cecilia Vega and political analyst Matthew Dowd weigh in on Clinton's speech and her attacks against Donald Trump.
2:58 | 07/29/16

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trump hit several battleground state thes. Nothing traditional. Jon Karl with me and Matthew dowd, Cecilia joins us. Matt, we talked last night. Talked about how Hillary Clinton had to thread a needle between stressing her experience, hope, optimism but addressing that anger of so many Americans that think the country is on the wrong track. Did she do it? Absolutely, George. I think this is going to be the whole fight of this campaign of we're now turning from these conventions which we'll have two conventions we'll probably go back to a race that's close with Hillary with a slight lead and the key voters are those that don't like and don't trust either one of these candidates and who think the country is off on the wrong direction and that is where the battle of this race is going to be. We saw it last night, Jon Karl, she was really trying to disqualify Donald Trump. She talked about him being baited by a tweet but was trying to bait him. 21 mentions in one speech. No doubt. The central argument here he doesn't have the temperament to be president going right at that portraying him as a megalomaniac who flies off at the least provocation and provided a lot of provocation, I think, hoping that he will basically prove her point in how she reacts to this. Many powerful speeches last night. Probably the most, Kaiser, his son a captain in the army killed. Here he is. Donald Trump consistently smears the Kirk herbstreit of muslims. Let me ask you, have you even read the United States constitution? I will gladly lend you my copy. He said Donald Trump wouldn't have let his son in the country. His son made the ultimate sacrifice. He said Donald Trump will sacrifice nothing for anyone. One of a line of speakers going directly at Donald Trump. Cecilia. Reporter: George, you're right, George. And that speech went over huge here, a standing ovation in this hall and it's huge online too. Hillary Clinton is setting this up to be a moment of reckoning and will use that with these surrogates and heard her. She mentioned trump's name 22 times in that speech. And, Matt dowd, we are back down to the final 100 days and talked about what each candidate has to do. Where do you see it going with the debates? George, it's funny. We have gone from the city of brotherly love that became the city of sisterly love last night and going into the 100-day war. The fear, it's going to become an all-out negative battle and both candidate's desire to cancel out each other and it's really going to be a mystery in the course of this. Okay, guy, thanks very much. I'm sitting now with Donald Trump heading out to Colorado. First interview. You can see it on "This week" this Sunday on ABC. All right, George, we'll be

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