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Michelle Obama goes 'high', GOP's John Kasich blasts Trump and other top moments from the DNC's opening night

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It is what it is.”Obama, wearing a gold necklace that spelled out "VOTE," urged voters to turn out in force to give Biden an overwhelming victory.“We’ve got to vote for Joe Biden like our lives depend on it,” she said.Are you registered to vote?:Check now, request an early ballotShe said Trump badly mishandled pandemic, which has cost more 170,000 lives and left millions unemployed, and said he lacks the judgment and moral compass needed to lead the country through the crisis.“You simply cannot fake your way through this job,” she said.Obama also criticized the administration's response to the Black Lives Matter protests and its treatment of migrant families at the border. Trump would not be here, in the beautiful White House, if it weren’t for the job done by your husband, Barack Obama," the president tweeted.Monday's event included a segment dedicated to Republicans who were backing Biden, dubbed "We The People Putting Country Over Party."Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who ran against Trump in the 2016 Republican primaries, headlined the event and opened his remarks by standing at the intersection of two gravel roads and noting the country was at a crossroads. Live blog of everything you missed:Michelle Obama says Trump is the 'wrong president for our country'The first minutes of the Democratic National Convention, which largely abandoned its physical events in Milwaukee, included a national anthem sung by children from several states, the family of George Floyd, a conversation with small business owners, a performance by Leon Bridges and a discussion Biden moderated with racial justice activists.Traditional conventions often included similar videos and musical performances between keynote speakers, but cable and broadcast networks often used that time to offer commentary on the upcoming speakers. Bowser said every American has to do something – “each and every one of us” – to “turn this reckoning into a reimaging of a nation where `We The People,’ means all the people.”She criticized the use of tear gas and pepper spray to clear Lafayette Park across from the White House before a Trump photo op in which he stood in front a church holding a Bible.“I knew if he did this to D.C.,” Bowser said, “he would do it to your city or your town.”Former Vice President Joe Biden’s rivals in the contentious primaries gathered virtually Monday to support the presumptive Democratic nominee.“Unity isn’t about settling,” said Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn. “You have the most destructive, hateful, racist president in the history of this country who is literally tearing apart the fabric of the United States of America,” Booker said.Gillibrand said as she watched Trump divide the country, she asked herself what she was willing to do to stop him.More:Bernie Sanders says it's 'very unlikely' that he will run for president againMore:Bernie Sanders drops out of presidential race, saying he concluded his path to victory was 'virtually impossible'“Donald Trump does not understand who we are as Americans,” said Harris, whose speech accepting the nomination as Biden’s running mate is scheduled for Wednesday.After the montage of candidates, Sen. Bernie Sanders offered remarks with a plea to the progressive wing of the party to rally around Biden."My friends, I say to you, to everyone who supported other candidates in the primary and to those who may have voted for Donald Trump in the last election: The future of our democracy is at stake," Sanders said.

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