The weight of the country and perhaps of the world descends on him. He doesn’t look elated (strangely unemotional actually), but he looks aware of the enormity of the moment. In the greatest moment of his life and arguably one of the greatest in modern history it is an uneven speech. After a largely political and flat address he pivots when he recognizes the values of the party which he just defeated and promises to be the President of all the people. He will need to take it up a notch from here on out and keep that latter thought firmly fixed in his mind.
He is no longer a candidate but the President Elect. The “Yes We Can” is frankly beneath him at this point. He must be more than a slogan. He must be our President.