— -- Hillary Clinton made history Tuesday night as the first female nominee of a major party in the United States.
The moment came when Sen. Bernie Sanders took the mic at the Democratic National Convention to "move that Hillary Clinton be selected as the Democratic nominee for president of the United States," nixing a roll call vote that was in progress.
Reaction in the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia and around the internet was immediate.
Clinton herself tweeted upon crossing the threshold of 2,382 delegates:
As did Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton, and daughter Chelsea:
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who spoke on behalf of Clinton on the first night of the convention, added a dig at Donald Trump in her tweet:
Trump, meanwhile, was preoccupied with the DNC email leak scandal, which plagued the party coming into the convention:
Ohio Governor John Kasich tweeted a link to an op-ed he penned about Sanders's influence on Clinton's campaign:
Green Party candidate Jill Stein took the opportunity to urge Sanders supporters to continue their movement with her:
Fellow politicians celebrated the occasion:
Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards is a strong supporter of the Clinton campaign:
And a number of celebrity supporters of Clinton's expressed their joy: