ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 05, 2012
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(Convention floor: Jake Tapper) The cancellation of the outdoor speech by President Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama's speech last night and tonight's speech by former President Bill Clinton examined; details given about the lack of balloons here in Charlotte because of the change in venue. [In response to reporter's question, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio VILLARAIGOSA- says it was the weather.] [Obama SUPPORTER - reacts.] [Last night, M. OBAMA - says Barack has lived the American dream.] ["Washington Post"'s David MARANISS- says events have brought President Obama and Clinton together.]
(Convention: David Muir) The number of Tweets per minute for Michelle Obama's speech noted.
(Convention floor: Cecilia Vega) The first lady's speech examined; scenes shown of Michelle in her red J. Crew dress. [M. OBAMA - says she is mom-in-chief; speaks about Barack; promotes working hard.] [ABC's Cokie ROBERTS - analyzes Michelle's speech comparing their life to that of the Romneys.]
(Convention: David Muir) Tomorrow's Diane Sawyer interview with Michelle Obama previewed.
(Convention: David Muir) The presence of Caroline Kennedy at the convention noted; scenes shown from last night's tribute to Senator Edward Kennedy. [In interview, KENNEDY - talks about her cousin Joe, her uncle Teddy and his long relevance; states she feels inspired by President Obama; praises the first lady.] Kennedy's speech tomorrow night noted.
(Convention: David Muir, Jonathan Karl) Clinton's big speech tonight and the Obama-Clinton relationship discussed.
(Convention: David Muir) The ABC News convention coverage announced.
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