Julian Castro's Daughter, Carina Victoria, Upstages His DNC Keynote Speech
Clint Eastwood's gimmicks don't hold a candle to the casual antics of a three-year-old girl. America was introduced to Democratic National Convention keynote speaker Julian Castro, the mayor of San Antonio, last night when he took the stage to speak on behalf of President Barack Obama in Charlotte, North Carolina.
While Castro, the first Latino to ever deliver a keynote convention address, established himself as a rising star with his take on the American Dream and his stories about his grandmother, who never owned a home but saw her daughter graduate from college as the first in their family, but even his patriotic poetry couldn't compete with the performance put on by his daughter, Carina Victoria Castro, 3, who flipped her hair repeatedly, showing off for the camera when it was on her.
Viewers immediately started flooding Twitter to talk about the new rising sensation. "Eat your heart out, Suri Cruise," tweeted Katy Graham. "Carina Victoria Castro is the new It Girl in town."
"Carina Victoria Castro will either be a lady US President in like 2045, or America's Next Top Model, cycle 32," wrote Robin Reed.
"Carina Victoria Castro for Secretary of the ADORABLE," tweeted Kevin Pang.
While Carina clearly stole the show, people agreed that her dad wasn't half bad either. Castro hit Romney on several points, including his stance on immigration, saying that the Republican nominee "quite simply, doesn't get it." Castro also appeared to learn from mistakes made at the Republican National Convention last week. As opposed to New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who was criticized for hardly mentioning Romney during his RNC address, Castro made Obama the centerpiece of his speech and opened and closed with the President's name.
Watch Carina Victoria primp here:
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