Mara Liasson on Clinton's DNC Speech
NPR White House Correspondent Mara Liasson reports from Los Angeles on President Clinton's speech last night at the Democratic National Convention. The President thanked the American people for giving him the chance to live his dreams. And he suggested that voters apply "the standard that Republicans used to have for whether a party should continue in office: are we better off today than we were eight years ago?"
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