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BRET BAIER: Let's go to Bill Hemmer, down on the floor. Bill, do you have balloons? What do you got there?
BILL HEMMER: Yeah. We've got a lot of balloons, we're drowning in them in fact. The Clintons, Chelsea, Hillary and Bill just exited off the stage here behind us. Bret, this is my fifth Democratic Convention, and I've never seen so much red, white, and blue inside the arena until tonight.
There was a deliberate attempt by this campaign to make sure it expresses a level of patriotism, and love of country.
What is striking about that is perhaps the criticism that many have directed towards the Obama administration, for the past seven and a half years, where they did not put America first.
That is deliberate, it is intentional, and expect more still to come.
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In her speech accepting the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton wrongly implied Donald Trump has proposed banning Islam in America and sketched out a plan for defeating Islamic State militants that …
By Chris Casteel Washington Bureau firstname.lastname@example.orgPHILADELPHIA — Hillary Clinton, accepting the Democratic nomination in her historic quest for the White House, attacked GOP opponent Donald Trump here Thursday as unfit for the presidency and promised to heal divisions in the country.
“I will be a president for Democrats, Republicans, independents, the struggling, the striving, the successful, for all those who for vote me and those who don't,” she told cheering delegates at the Democratic National Convention.
“For all Americans together.”
Clinton, 68, a former U.
By William Crum Staff Writer email@example.comConstruction is to begin within weeks on the $5.7 million MAPS 3 streetcar maintenance shop.
The MAPS 3 Citizens Advisory Board recommended Thursday that the city council hire the low bidder, Wynn Construction Co., to build the shop.
It will be at SW 7 Street and Hudson Avenue, on a lot bordered on the west by Walker Avenue and on the south by Interstate 40.
Tracks laid down Hudson on the west side of the MAPS 3 park will connect the shop with the streetcar mainline at the new Oklahoma City boulevard, near Chesapeake Arena.
Architects included three "alternates" as part of the bid: windows to let light into the shop, covered outdoor storage for streetcars, and air-conditioning for the shop.
Windows and air-conditioning were dropped, but the facility will include the covered tracks.
Adding the overhang on the building's south side will mean streetcar batteries can be charged while the vehicles — which cost about $4 million apiece — are parked outside.
The streetcar system will include six sleek "modern" streetcars, with low floors so passengers can board without having to step up.
Transit officials on Wednesday unveiled the streetcar color schemes.