Hillary Clinton’s acceptance speech was historic. It just wasn’t good enough to defeat Donald Trump.
Overall, the Democrat National Convention defeated its Republican counterpart for the first three days, but it lost in the main event.
On Thursday, 33.3 million people tuned in to watch Clinton make history as the first woman ever to be nominated for president by a major political party, while Trump’s acceptance speech garnered 34.9 million the week before, The Hill reported.
On the network side, Fox News won the ratings war for the combined eight-day coverage of both conventions with an average of 4.48 million people tuned in. CNN came in second with a 4.28 million average.
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