1) Yesterday Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonDemocrats worry they don't have right candidate to beat Trump Krystal Ball credits Gabbard's upswing in 2020 race to 'feckless' Democratic establishment Outsider candidates outpoll insider candidates MORE told reporters, according to ABC News, "Remember: 18 million people voted for me — 18 million people, give or take, voted for Barack."

2) Top Clinton surrogate James Carville told CNN and later Mark Halperin of Time and pretty much anyone who would listen that the first night of the convention was a bust. "Well, if this party has a message it has done a hell of a job of hiding it tonight, I promise you that," he said. "I look at this and I am about to jump out of my chair."

3) Hillary Clinton said to the New York delegation Monday, "It may take awhile. We're not the fall-in-line party."

4) According to The New York Times, Hillary told aides "the Obama campaign could end the bad blood with her husband by simply acknowledging his policy accomplishments and efforts at racial reconciliation in the 1990s — in amends for what the Clintons saw as a lack of respect from Mr. Obama during the primaries."

5) According to a report by The Hill's Sam Youngman, Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonSteyer scores endorsement from key New Hampshire activist House drip-bombing of witness testimony softens landing zone for public support Republican who aided in Clinton impeachment trial: Trump Ukraine phone call 'troublesome' MORE said today: "Suppose you're a voter, and you've got candidate X and candidate Y. Candidate X agrees with you on everything, but you don't think that candidate can deliver on anything at all. Candidate Y you agree with on about half the issues, but he can deliver. Which candidate are you going to vote for?" But then he said quickly: "This has nothing to do with what's going on now."

Can you feel the love?

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