Chelsea Clinton said in her home, she felt valued and loved. She said at the dinner table her parents always talked to her about her day, school, grades and whatever problems she may have before they brought work up themselves - whether it was health care, or something else.
"Something my mother taught me - public service is about service."
"She's a woman who has spent her entire life fighting for women and children, who will reform our criminal justice system, and knows women's rights are human rights, and that LGBT rights are human rights."
She finished her speech introducing a video about her mom.