Elizabeth Warren's convention speech attacks Trump's 'America of fear and hate'

Warren came out just moments after Michelle Obama’s speech and the crowd was much more low-key for her speech.

“We’re here tonight because America faces a choice,” Warren said. “On one side is a man who inherited a fortune from his father and who kept it going by cheating people, by skipping out on debts. A man who has never scarified anything for everyone. A man who cares only for himself, every minute of every day.

“On the other side is one of the smartest, toughest, most tenacious people on this planet. A woman who fights for children, for women, for health care, for human rights. A woman who fights for all of us and who is strong enough to win those fights. We’re here today because our choice is Hillary Clinton.”

At this point, a small group of people began loudly chanting, “We trusted you.” It seemed to be a reference to Warren being a voice for Sanders’ style progressivism in the party but now siding with the more moderate establishment.

Warren then launched in to her usual rhetoric about wealth inequality saying, “There’s lots of wealth in America but it isn’t trickling down to hard working families like yours.” “Does anyone here have a problem with that,” she asked the crowd. They responded with a loud cheer.

A bit later when Warren suggested that Clinton and Kaine were the leaders that could succeed, there were loud cheers but also some boos from the crowd. About 14 minutes into this clip you can hear some sort of loud protest is continuing even as Warren continues her speech.

Warren spent most of the speech attacking Trump, at one point comparing his campaign to an “infomercial.”

But it wasn’t all laughs, Warren concluded that Trump’s America was “an America of fear and hate, an America where we all break apart.”