PHILADELPHIA, July 29 (UPI) – Shonda Rhimes created an anecdotal short film about Hillary Clinton which archived her life and vocation for use at the Democratic National Convention.
The clasp, entitled Hillary, circulated at the occasion Thursday and highlighted the presidential confident talking about her mom’s impact on her life and why she has served as president of the United States.
“There is more then enough of the American dream to go around,” Clinton says in the video while sitting down inside her kitchen. “If we are committed to growing it, nurturing it, passing it on to our children and our grandchildren, I can’t think of anything more thrilling then being a part of that.”
The narrative additionally included portrayal from Morgan Freeman, interviews with present and previous president Barrack Obama and Bill Clinton and from 9/11 survivors whom Clinton helped taking after the lamentable occasion.