VIDEO: President Obama Address Delegates On Day Three of DNC


PHILADELPHIA - President Barack Obama addresses the thousands of delegates in Philadelphia for the third day of the Democratic National Convention.
"Working Together" was the theme Wednesday night during night three of the Democratic National Convention. And who better to get the Democratic Party working together than the President of the United States himself, Barack Obama. -
“I see Americans of every party, every background, every faith who believe that we’re stronger together. There is only one candidate in this race that believes in that future," said Obama.
The President wasn’t the only one making a case for Hillary Clinton – both Vice President Joe Biden and Clinton's running mate Tim Kaine told the at-capacity crowd that they believe in Clinton and her ability to be the President of the United States.
“This has been one of the highlights of my life being here. I know that sounds somewhat dramatic but sometimes I have to slap myself to realize that I’m actually sitting here," said NJ Delegate, Anne Creter.
After hearing three nights of Democrats taking the stage – New Jersey Delegates believe Clinton will be victorious come November.
“I feel like a lot of Bernie's Delegates are going to back Hillary in the general election and that definitely shows something," said NJ Delegate, Robyn Gedrich.
“I was not ready for Hillary, maybe I’m still not quite there yet but I really want to be ready for her," said Creter.
Although everyone is 100% on board with Clinton, President Obama feels completely confident in his former Secretary of State.
“I can say with confidence, there has never been a man or a woman, not me, not Bill, nobody more qualified than Hillary Clinton to serve as President of the United States of America," said Obama.
To everyone’s surprise, Hillary Clinton took the stage to thank the President and it was at that moment that you could see him say ‘I’m so proud of you’ to the Democratic Nominee.
The final night of the Democratic National Convention concludes Thursday night as Hillary Clinton will give her speech to the thousands of delegates in attendance.