How Did Night One of the DNC Go?

Democrats Struggle for Unity on First Day of Convention via The New York Times

Democrats Struggle for Unity on First Day of Convention
via The New York Times

Michelle Obama: 'When they go low, we go high' via CNN

Michelle Obama: 'When they go low, we go high'
via CNN

THE BASICS: Patrick Healy and Jonathan Martin from The New York Times explain that the crowd consistently voiced their support for Sen. Bernie Sanders and disapproval of Sec. Hillary Clinton, highlighting the Democratic Party’s lack of unity, whereas CNN’s Sunlen Serfaty and Eric Bradner write that First Lady Michelle Obama "electrified the audience" with a deeply person speech that described Sec. Clinton as the candidate best suited to be a role model for America’s children, with emphasis on taking the moral high road, a clear swipe at the GOP nominee, without ever naming him.