How newspapers covered the DNC’s first big day

The Democratic National Convention kicked off with a stormy — literally and figuratively — Monday in Philadelphia, with supporters of Bernie Sanders booing their own party’s chair and even Sanders himself earlier in the day.

The New York Post reacted to the turmoil with the cover: “BERN IT DOWN!”

But as the lineup of primetime speakers forged ahead, a little more unity seemed to be in the air. First Lady Michelle Obama, in particular, delivered a rousing speech on behalf of presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, leading the Daily News to declare on its front page: “The Lady Is Her Champ.” (Colin Campbell/Yahoo News)

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