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Bill Clinton spoke at the Democratic National Convention tonight, calling his wife, Hillary Clinton, the "best change-maker" he has ever known.

"You could drop her into any trouble spot, come back in a month and somehow, someway, she will have made it better," the former president said.

He said voters should choose her because she will never quit and she will always fight for the American people.

"Hillary will make us stronger together," Clinton said. "You know it because she's spent a lifetime doing it."

"Those of us who have more yesterdays than tomorrows tend to care more about our children and grandchildren. The reason you should elect her is that in the greatest country on Earth, we have always been about tomorrow. Your children and grandchildren will bless you forever if you do."

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