Top Conservatives Agree: The DNC Was “A Disaster” for Trump (TWEETS)

On the final night of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia, the freshly nominated Hillary Clinton took the stage for what will be one of the most significant speeches in her presidential bid. She capped off a night of compelling speakers with a warm, glowing demeanor as she spoke of an America that is full of greatness and governed by fundamental values laid down by the Founding Fathers. But she was also passionately empathetic when she acknowledged that right now America is failing many of its citizens.

According to CNN’s analysis,

“She presented herself as a dedicated and indefatigable fighter for children, the disabled, blue-collar workers, women and the poor, while promising a backbone of steel as she vowed to take out ISIS.”

Clinton was everything the Republicans wish they were – a champion of American patriotism. Many conservative commentators and prominent Republicans took to Twitter to express how fantastic the DNC’s final day was, and how it posed a tremendous threat to this year’s Republican party, which has lost its way under the (mis)guidance of nominee Donald Trump.

These are just a small selection of the dozens of tweets:

Ron Fournier is a conservative writer.

Jonah Goldberg is an editor at the right wing National Review.

Greg Gutfeld is a Fox News host.

Rich Galen was Dick Cheney’s press secretary.

Matt Mackowiak is a conservative ops veteran.

Congratulations to the DNC and to Hillary Clinton for representing everything that is great about America, for rallying around the flag, and for standing up on behalf of the people who need it most.

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Marisa Manfredo

Marisa completed her undergraduate degree in 2013 at the University of Wisconsin with a double major in creative writing and media studies. She is an advocate of progressive policies and focuses her interests on gender equality and preventing sexual and domestic violence.

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