From the floor of the Democratic National Convention, with a roster of state and federal lawmakers, out Pennsylvania delegate Malcolm Kenyatta effused energy.
“It’s been amazing,” he said of his convention experience. “We’re having these conversations, talking about things that matter to Americans, to families, and why Hillary Clinton is going to be the one to get things done and not Donald Trump, who doesn’t seem to have a plan for anything.”
Kenyatta, a delegate for Clinton, was eager to hear tonight from the man Clinton is looking to succeed. President Barack Obama is scheduled to take the podium around 10 p.m.
“I’m looking for him to lay out what we all know: how hard it is to be president,” Kenyatta said. “I want to hear him talk about his experience and how he knows Hillary Clinton has the toughness, has the temperament, has the background to handle those really tough calls.”