The 76 Best Tweets of the Democratic National Convention

Well that was interesting.

By The Editors
July 29, 2016 9:00 am

After what went down at the Republican National Convention last week, it was always going to be tough for the DNC to create the same amount of buzz.

Or so we thought.

The convention was a highlight reel of grandstanding and speech-giving, from Michelle Obama actually delivering Michelle Obama’s speech, to Bill Clinton making a pitch to become the country’s first First Man, to a Katy Perry performance that one man really, really, enjoyed.

Twitter was there to take it all in and then spit it back out with venom, vitriol and videos.

Day 1: “United Together”

The DNC brings the big guns early with Michelle Obama.

After finding his speech, Bernie Sanders delivers it. 

Cory Booker gets a little wordy. 

Elizabeth Warren brings out the trolls. 

Sarah Silverman does Sarah Silverman things. 

Madeleine Albright closes things up. 

Day 2: “A Lifetime of Fighting for Children and Families”

Meryl Streep plays her most patriotic role to date. 

Bill Clinton does Slick WIlly. 

Day 3: “Working Together”

Joe Biden reminds everyone this could’ve been his convention. 

Michael Bloomberg shows up for some reason. 

Tim Kaine introduces himself. 

Barack Obama steps into the ring. 

Once again, “Fight Song” plays.  

Day 4 “Stronger Together”

Khizr Khan drops the mic. 

Chelsea Clinton sets ’em up …

Katy Perry keeps ’em up …

… and Hillary Clinton knocks ’em down. 

To see the 78 Best Tweets of the RNC, in all their glory, we’ve got you.

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