George Stephanopoulos' Top Stories on Day 3 of the Democratic National Convention

ABC News' George Stephanopoulos breaks down the top stories unfolding on the third day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
0:51 | 07/27/16

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Transcript for George Stephanopoulos' Top Stories on Day 3 of the Democratic National Convention
Yen from elitist Democratic Convention got to such a bad start here after the attacks DN CE mails. And those Andy Bernie Sanders supporters really letting loose on the convention floor but Democrats much more unified. Going into day three after three big speeches Michelle Obama. Bernie Sanders making that move. To nominate Hillary Clinton make it official and finally Bill Clinton last night so it's up to President Obama tonight to finish the job we'll talk about. How he turned to former rival into a loyal partner and try to talk about also. Just the anger in the country but also. Talking about the progress that he was made been made over the last eight years and he'll leave the job of attacking Donald Trump if he can help himself. To Tim Kaine his debut on the national stage and I suppose of the big speech is Vice President Biden to. And I literally watching to see how Donald Trump handles this ask me anything. Question and answer session today that should be fun watch.

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