In Charlotte, at the Democratic-National Convention, Bill Clinton gave a speech where he endorsed Barrack Obama to opt for a 2nd term. Formerly, Bill Clinton stood up to be one of the bitterest critics of Barrack Obama in the Democratic Party. He has raised many eyebrows when he shredded all his egos, prestige and fame unambiguously behind the bid of the President for holding onto the White-house.
In an old-fashioned, and typically barnstorming speech (which was a bit larger than the prepared one) to the audiences at the Democratic-National Convention, Clinton had boiled the prominent differences between Mitt Romney, the Republican opponent and Barrack Obama, to a very essential yet simple point.
On the Wednesday afternoon, Barrack Obama flew to Charlotte, at North Carolina, and appeared on its prestigious stage in the end, then eventually embraced Clinton.
Clinton had formally nominated Barrack Obama on the presidential nominee list of the party which got confirmed at a later date after a roll-call of the delegates.