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Biden takes on Trump in DNC speech

Yahoo Finance’s Jessica Smith joins the On the Move panel to breakdown the fourth night of the Democratic National Convention.

Video Transcript

JULIE HYMAN: Overcoming the quote, season of darkness. Former vice president tears into-- Joe Biden tears into Donald Trump's presidency as he formally accepts his party's nomination. The highlights from the Democratic Convention finale ahead.

Delivering the drama-- tensions rise as Postmaster General Louis DeJoy testifies before lawmakers following a slew of recent scrutiny surrounding his office.

And Zuckerberg on the hot seat-- the details after Facebook's CEO is questioned by the FTC over antitrust concerns.

I'm Julie Hyman, along with Adam Shapiro. Welcome to "On the Move." Joining us this hour on the panel will be Rick Newman and Dan Howley.

Let's start with the last night of the convention and Joe Biden formally accepting his party's nomination for president of the United States. Our Jessica Smith has been tracking all the developments from the convention. Jess?

JESS SMITH: Julie, Joe Biden gave a really blistering rebuke of President Trump in his acceptance speech last night. But he never actually named President Trump. Biden outlines the four crises he says America is facing right now-- the coronavirus, the economic downturn, the fight for racial justice, and climate change.

He says he is the candidate with the experience to lead the nation through. He accepted the nomination in the same way that he announced his campaign, by saying this election is about winning the soul of America. Let's watch.

JOE BIDEN: This campaign isn't just about winning votes. It's about winning the heart and, yes, the soul of America-- winning it for the generous among us, not the selfish. Winning it for workers who keep this country going, not just the privileged few at the top.

Winning for those communities who have known the injustice of a knee on the neck. For all the young people who have known only America being in rising inequity and shrinking opportunity. They deserve the experience of America's promise.

JESS SMITH: Normally after the conventions, candidates would be off to events in swing states-- holding rallies, shaking voters' hands. But today, Biden and Harris have a virtual event. And that is the way they are going to be campaigning for the foreseeable future. And Julie, on Monday we will move to the Republican National Convention.

JULIE HYMAN: Jess, thank you very much. We look forward to your coverage of that as well.