First lady makes a splash at DNC
First lady Michelle Obama pleaded with voters Tuesday to reward her husband with re-election, telling delegates at the Democrats’ convention that President Obama comes from humble beginnings and was able to reach the White House by taking advantage of the same kind of government assistance he is defending on the campaign trail.
Joe Kennedy III, candidate for the US House of Representatives from Massachusetts addresses the Democratic National Convention at the Time Warner Arena. (Andrew Geraci/ The Washington Times)
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