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Here’s how to watch Hillary Clinton’s speech at the DNC

There are plenty of streaming options online.

Democratic National Convention: Day Three Chip Somodevilla / Getty

The Obamas are going out in style.

Two days after his wife, First Lady Michelle Obama, sent Twitter into a frenzy after delivering a passionate speech at the Democratic National Convention in Philly, President Barack Obama brought down the house with a passionate speech of his own Wednesday night, punctuated by some blunt criticism of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

“He’s not really a plans guy,” Obama said of Trump. “Not really a facts guy, either. ... America is already great. America is already strong. And I promise you, our strength, our greatness, does not depend on Donald Trump.”

After three days of speeches, the stage is now set for the Democratic nominee herself, Hillary Clinton, who will close out the convention with a speech of her own on Thursday night. No pressure.

Hillary is not the only speaker, though. Her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, will also speak Thursday.

Interested in watching? There are plenty of ways to stream the convention online.

Twitter is streaming the convention live thanks to a deal with CBS. The network is handing over its CBSN digital feed — which you can find here — and you don’t need to have a Twitter account or TV subscription to watch.

Facebook is also streaming the DNC for free as part of an agreement with ABC News. What you’ll see on Facebook is the same footage you’ll see on ABCNews.com or ABC News’ mobile and Apple TV apps.

You’ll also be able to watch the entire convention live from the DNC website.

This article originally appeared on Recode.net.

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