Clinton will also describe the Obama-Biden ticket as one that will bring "shared prosperity and shared responsibility."
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Ahead of the speech, Republicans had predicted that Clinton, currently enjoying high favorability ratings, would focus his speech more on the country's economy during his time in office and not the last four years.