The Democratic presidential nominee is giving a powerful speech to the nation today, with the theme of poverty of speech.
Clinton is expected to say something like this: “We’re not all going to get the same chance.
We’re not going to all live the same life.
But we can all do something to try and make sure we can get to where we need to go.
That means making sure our children can grow up in a world where the opportunities for them are limitless, where the opportunity for everyone is shared.”
The speech will be followed by an appearance by the president.
Clinton will also address the National Action Network, a group founded by Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) that aims to improve education, jobs and the economy in the African-American community.
“As the nation’s first black president, Hillary Clinton is the best qualified to make this case,” Ellison said in a statement.
“It is a historic moment to hear Hillary Clinton’s message to the country on inequality and poverty of the speech will resonate with millions of people.”
The DNC is scheduled to hold its first debate of the year in Denver on Monday.
The first debate was held in 2012, and the first was in October 2016, when former Gov.
Martin O’Malley (D) won the Democratic nomination.