**FILE** Barack and Michelle Obama (Wikimedia Commons)
**FILE** Barack and Michelle Obama (Wikimedia Commons)

Former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton and former first lady Michelle Obama will serve as keynote speakers for the first three nights of next week’s Democratic National Convention before presumptive presidential nominee Joe Biden takes to a virtual podium for his acceptance speech.

Although Biden will accept the presidential nomination and address the convention from Wilmington, Delaware, Democratic officials have not announced a specific location for his speech, USA Today reported.

The nightly lineup of virtual speakers for the Aug. 17-20 convention, according to a schedule the Democratic National Convention Committee released Tuesday, include:

Monday: Michelle Obama, Bernie Sanders, John Kasich
Tuesday: Jill Biden, Bill Clinton, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Sally Yates
Wednesday: Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren, Biden’s running mate
Thursday: Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Tammy Duckworth, Keisha Lance Bottoms

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