It’s time for Barack Obama to shine! Day 3 of the Democratic National Convention will see the current U.S. President explain why Hillary Clinton should be the next person to serve in the Oval Office. HollywoodLife.com wants you to see this so click to watch.
After seeing former-president Bill Clinton, 69, give an emotional and amazing speech about Hillary Clinton, 68, on Day 2 of the DNC, it’s time for current-President Barack Obama, 54, to steal the show. He, along with Vice President Joe Biden, 73, will headline the July 27 event. Can Barack top the speech given by his better half, Michelle Obama, 52, at the start of the convention? Voters will have to see. The action starts at 4:00 PM EST, so be ready to watch every exciting moment!
To see view second of the Democratic National Convention online, voters can watch via the live stream on the DNC’s official site. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE DNC LIVE STREAM.
After receiving a glowing recommendation from the head of Planned Parenthood, Vice President candidate Tim Kaine, 58, will address his supporters at the Wells Fargo arena. The president of NARAL, Ilyse Hogue, 46, will also stress about the importance of preserving women’s rights in the November election, reminding Dems that Donald Trump’s, 70, running mate, Mike Pence, 57, was the politician who kicked off the “Defund Planned Parenthood” movement.
There will also be a ton of stars from the political and entertainment world on the third night of the Philadelphia convention. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, 55, will speak, as will Mike Duggan, 58 mayor of Detroit. Senator Chris Murphy, 42, who led a gun control filibuster of the Senate in the wake of the Orlando Pulse Nightclub massage, will also be on hand to talk, as will Civil Rights leader, Rev. Jesse Jackson, 74.
Star Jones, 54, will also give her remarks about the current political landscape, as will Sigourney Weaver, 66, as the Alien actress (who knows what it’s like to be a strong female protagonist) will introduce a film. Angela Bassett, 57, will also be on hand, as will Lenny Kravitz, 52, who will perform ahead right after former NYC Michael Bloomberg, 74, speaks.
There will be plenty of surprises and amazing moments, so be sure to catch every single one. HollywoodLifers, are you excited to see President Obama?