Democratic National Convention
Hillary Clinton tore into Donald Trump's message of doom and gloom Thursday night, accusing the Republican presidential candidate of wanting Americans "to fear the future and fear each other." "He's taken the Republican Party a long way, from 'Morning in America' to midnight in America," Clinton said, referencing former President Ronald Reagan's ad campaign, "Morning in America," and the widespread assessment that Trump's Republican National Convention speech last week painted an apocalyptic vision. It's at least the second Reagan shout-out on the Democratic convention's final night.
Watch the moment, below. Becca Stanek