“During our national convention we will clearly demonstrate why we need to keep Barack ObamaBarack ObamaRahm Emanuel: Trump changed GOP base Trump: Hillary Clinton colluded with Democrats to defeat Bernie Sanders Trump breaks with tradition, forgoes Ramadan dinner MORE and Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden rips Senate GOP healthcare bill, says it 'isn't about healthcare' Report: Biden scolded hedge fund manager over late son OPINION: Democrats are going to keep losing if they can't articulate a vision MORE in the White House," Wasserman Shultz said.

“But this convention is about more than re-nominating President Obama. It's about Americans coming together to build one economy — not from the top down, but from the middle class out and the bottom up.”

The highlight of Tuesday evening’s speeches was expected to be first lady Michelle ObamaMichelle ObamaMichelle Obama holds fitness 'bootcamps' for friends Obama marks Father’s Day: ‘I'm most proud to be Sasha and Malia's dad’ Obamas invited to be honorary football coach at University of Michigan MORE’s shortly after 10 p.m.