Hollywood Energized by President Obama and Joe Biden at Day Three of DNC

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Obama concluded Wednesday's speeches at the Democratic National Convention.

President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden concluded a day full of speeches at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday with the theme of "Working Together."

Biden endorsed Hillary Clinton and praised the country's "unbreakable" spirit in his speech, taking time to also warn against Donald Trump's "cynicism." "He has no clue about what makes America great," he said of Trump. "Actually, he has no clue, period." Obama focused his speech on the readiness of Clinton and shared an equally positive view of the future of the country with her as the nominee: "I am more optimistic about the future of America than ever before."

Earlier in the day, the convention brought tearful moments when Lee Daniels and the mother of a victim from the Orlando massacre spoke about gun violence. Later, more than 40 Broadway stars took the stage to sing "What the World Needs Now is Love," a song recorded to benefit the victims of the shooting. 

See some of the reactions below.

President Obama:

 

 

Lee Daniels/Orlando Nightclub Survivors:

 

Broadway Stars Perform "What the World Needs Now is Love":

Joe Biden:

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