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Scenes from the Republican National Convention

President Donald Trump pumps his fist at the crowd as he stands with first lady Melania Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr. and his son's girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle after delivering his acceptance speech as the Republican presidential nominee during the final event of the Republican National Convention on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, August 27. A defiant Trump accepted the nomination for a second term with a scathing attack on rival Joe Biden, asserting that a Democratic victory in November would only exacerbate the racial strife and coronavirus pandemic besieging the nation.

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President Donald Trump pumps his fist at the crowd as he stands with first lady Melania Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr. and his son's girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle after delivering his acceptance speech as the Republican presidential nominee during...more

President Donald Trump pumps his fist at the crowd as he stands with first lady Melania Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr. and his son's girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle after delivering his acceptance speech as the Republican presidential nominee during the final event of the Republican National Convention on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, August 27. A defiant Trump accepted the nomination for a second term with a scathing attack on rival Joe Biden, asserting that a Democratic victory in November would only exacerbate the racial strife and coronavirus pandemic besieging the nation. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Fireworks spell out "2020" behind the Washington Monument after President Trump delivered his acceptance speech from the South Lawn of the White House, August 27. Speaking from the White House South Lawn despite criticism he was using the executive residence as a political prop, Trump portrayed Biden, a career politician with a long record as a moderate, as a far-left extremist who would usher in a lawless, dangerous America.

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Fireworks spell out "2020" behind the Washington Monument after President Trump delivered his acceptance speech from the South Lawn of the White House, August 27. Speaking from the White House South Lawn despite criticism he was using the executive...more

Fireworks spell out "2020" behind the Washington Monument after President Trump delivered his acceptance speech from the South Lawn of the White House, August 27. Speaking from the White House South Lawn despite criticism he was using the executive residence as a political prop, Trump portrayed Biden, a career politician with a long record as a moderate, as a far-left extremist who would usher in a lawless, dangerous America. Doug Mills/Pool via REUTERS
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A crowd of supporters pack the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, August 27. Despite the pandemic that has killed more than 180,000 Americans, Trump delivered his remarks before a crowd of more than 1,000 people, standing in front of dozens of American flags and basking in chants of "Four more years!" and "U.S.A.!"

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A crowd of supporters pack the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, August 27. Despite the pandemic that has killed more than 180,000 Americans, Trump delivered his remarks before a crowd of more than 1,000 people, standing in front of dozens...more

A crowd of supporters pack the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, August 27. Despite the pandemic that has killed more than 180,000 Americans, Trump delivered his remarks before a crowd of more than 1,000 people, standing in front of dozens of American flags and basking in chants of "Four more years!" and "U.S.A.!" REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump introduces her father President Trump, August 27. 

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White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump introduces her father President Trump, August 27. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump introduces her father President Trump, August 27. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Supporters look on as President Donald Trump delivers his acceptance speech, August 27. The crowd, seated in white chairs inches apart, showed little evidence of social distancing or face masks despite health experts' recommendations. But the Trump campaign said it had taken appropriate health precautions in arranging the South Lawn event.

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Supporters look on as President Donald Trump delivers his acceptance speech, August 27. The crowd, seated in white chairs inches apart, showed little evidence of social distancing or face masks despite health experts' recommendations. But the Trump...more

Supporters look on as President Donald Trump delivers his acceptance speech, August 27. The crowd, seated in white chairs inches apart, showed little evidence of social distancing or face masks despite health experts' recommendations. But the Trump campaign said it had taken appropriate health precautions in arranging the South Lawn event. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Donald Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument as demonstrators hold signs during a protest in Washington, August 27. Following the speech, fireworks exploded as the president and his family looked on, giving Trump and the convention a powerful closing image. In a reminder of the country's divisions, attendees could hear anti-Trump protesters sounding horns near the White House as he spoke, a noise that occasionally was audible on the live broadcast.

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Donald Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument as demonstrators hold signs during a protest in Washington, August 27. Following the speech, fireworks exploded as the president and his family looked on, giving Trump and the...more

Donald Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument as demonstrators hold signs during a protest in Washington, August 27. Following the speech, fireworks exploded as the president and his family looked on, giving Trump and the convention a powerful closing image. In a reminder of the country's divisions, attendees could hear anti-Trump protesters sounding horns near the White House as he spoke, a noise that occasionally was audible on the live broadcast. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and their extended family watch Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument from the South Lawn of the White House, August 27. The made-for-television scene - befitting the first reality TV host to serve as president - stood in marked contrast to Biden's acceptance speech last week, which was broadcast live from a largely empty arena in a nod to the disease.

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President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and their extended family watch Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument from the South Lawn of the White House, August 27. The made-for-television scene - befitting the first...more

President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and their extended family watch Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument from the South Lawn of the White House, August 27. The made-for-television scene - befitting the first reality TV host to serve as president - stood in marked contrast to Biden's acceptance speech last week, which was broadcast live from a largely empty arena in a nod to the disease. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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A protester watches from Constitution Avenue as Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Leah Millis

A protester watches from Constitution Avenue as Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Leah Millis

A protester watches from Constitution Avenue as Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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President Donald Trump grabs one of his grandchildren as he, first lady Melania Trump  and their extended family watch Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument from the South Lawn of the White House, August 27. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

President Donald Trump grabs one of his grandchildren as he, first lady Melania Trump  and their extended family watch Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument from the South Lawn of the White House, August 27....more

President Donald Trump grabs one of his grandchildren as he, first lady Melania Trump  and their extended family watch Trump campaign fireworks explode behind the Washington Monument from the South Lawn of the White House, August 27. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump, August 27: "Donald Trump did not come to Washington to win praise from the Beltway elites. Donald Trump came to Washington for one reason and one reason alone, to make America great again."

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White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump, August 27: "Donald Trump did not come to Washington to win praise from the Beltway elites. Donald Trump came to Washington for one reason and one reason alone, to make America great again." REUTERS/Kevin...more

White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump, August 27: "Donald Trump did not come to Washington to win praise from the Beltway elites. Donald Trump came to Washington for one reason and one reason alone, to make America great again." REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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President Trump's son Barron listens to his father deliver his acceptance speech, August 27, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

President Trump's son Barron listens to his father deliver his acceptance speech, August 27, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

President Trump's son Barron listens to his father deliver his acceptance speech, August 27, 2020. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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President Donald Trump delivers his acceptance speech, August 27: "At no time before have voters faced a clearer choice between two parties, two visions, two philosophies, or two agendas. This election will decide whether we save the American dream, or whether we allow a socialist agenda to demolish our cherished destiny. This election will decide whether we protect law-abiding Americans, or whether we give free rein to violent anarchic agitators and criminals who threaten our citizens ... If the left gains power, they will demolish the suburbs, confiscate your guns, and appoint justices who will wipe away your Second Amendment and other constitutional freedoms."

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President Donald Trump delivers his acceptance speech, August 27: "At no time before have voters faced a clearer choice between two parties, two visions, two philosophies, or two agendas. This election will decide whether we save the American dream,...more

President Donald Trump delivers his acceptance speech, August 27: "At no time before have voters faced a clearer choice between two parties, two visions, two philosophies, or two agendas. This election will decide whether we save the American dream, or whether we allow a socialist agenda to demolish our cherished destiny. This election will decide whether we protect law-abiding Americans, or whether we give free rein to violent anarchic agitators and criminals who threaten our citizens ... If the left gains power, they will demolish the suburbs, confiscate your guns, and appoint justices who will wipe away your Second Amendment and other constitutional freedoms." REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Demonstrators face police officers during a protest at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, August 27. In a reminder of the country's divisions, attendees could hear anti-Trump protesters chanting, "No Justice, No Peace," and sounding airhorns near the White House as Trump spoke. 

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Demonstrators face police officers during a protest at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, August 27. In a reminder of the country's divisions, attendees could hear anti-Trump protesters chanting, "No Justice, No Peace," and sounding airhorns...more

Demonstrators face police officers during a protest at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, August 27. In a reminder of the country's divisions, attendees could hear anti-Trump protesters chanting, "No Justice, No Peace," and sounding airhorns near the White House as Trump spoke. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Demonstrators face off with police officers during a protest as police block their path on Constitution Avenue in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Demonstrators face off with police officers during a protest as police block their path on Constitution Avenue in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Demonstrators face off with police officers during a protest as police block their path on Constitution Avenue in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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President Donald Trump looks on alongside first lady Melania Trump and White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump, August 27. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

President Donald Trump looks on alongside first lady Melania Trump and White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump, August 27. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

President Donald Trump looks on alongside first lady Melania Trump and White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump, August 27. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks from a broadcast, August 27: "Today's Democratic Party doesn't want to improve life for middle America. They prefer that all of us in flyover country keep quiet. And let them decide how we should live our lives. They want to tell you when you can go to work. When your kids can go to school. They want to tax your job out of existence, and then send you a government check for unemployment. They want to tell you what kind of car you can drive, what sources of information are credible, and even how many hamburgers you can eat ... I'm immensely proud of the work the Republican Senate has done, acting as a firewall against Nancy Pelosi's agenda."

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks from a broadcast, August 27: "Today's Democratic Party doesn't want to improve life for middle America. They prefer that all of us in flyover country keep quiet. And let them decide how we should live our...more

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks from a broadcast, August 27: "Today's Democratic Party doesn't want to improve life for middle America. They prefer that all of us in flyover country keep quiet. And let them decide how we should live our lives. They want to tell you when you can go to work. When your kids can go to school. They want to tax your job out of existence, and then send you a government check for unemployment. They want to tell you what kind of car you can drive, what sources of information are credible, and even how many hamburgers you can eat ... I'm immensely proud of the work the Republican Senate has done, acting as a firewall against Nancy Pelosi's agenda." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner arrives, August 27. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner arrives, August 27. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner arrives, August 27. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Ann Dorn gave one of the most genuinely moving speeches of the convention. She spoke about the death of her husband, David Dorn, a security guard and retired police captain who was killed in June amid looting in St. Louis. She told of how the police chief came to her door at 4 a.m. to give her the news. "I relive that horror in my mind every single day," she said. "My hope is that having you relive it with me now will help shake this country from the nightmare we are witnessing in our cities and bring about positive, peaceful change."

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Ann Dorn gave one of the most genuinely moving speeches of the convention. She spoke about the death of her husband, David Dorn, a security guard and retired police captain who was killed in June amid looting in St. Louis. She told of how the police...more

Ann Dorn gave one of the most genuinely moving speeches of the convention. She spoke about the death of her husband, David Dorn, a security guard and retired police captain who was killed in June amid looting in St. Louis. She told of how the police chief came to her door at 4 a.m. to give her the news. "I relive that horror in my mind every single day," she said. "My hope is that having you relive it with me now will help shake this country from the nightmare we are witnessing in our cities and bring about positive, peaceful change." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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A production staff member cleans the suit of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson before he delivers a pre-recorded address on August 26 to be aired on the final day of the convention: "We have a choice: Do we want big government that controls our lives from cradle to grave? Or do we believe in the power and wisdom of the people and their ability to self-govern with help from a limited federal government? Our president, Donald J. Trump, believes in the people. He is one of us. He makes promises, and he keeps them." REUTERS/Tom Brenner

A production staff member cleans the suit of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson before he delivers a pre-recorded address on August 26 to be aired on the final day of the convention: "We have a choice: Do we want big government that...more

A production staff member cleans the suit of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson before he delivers a pre-recorded address on August 26 to be aired on the final day of the convention: "We have a choice: Do we want big government that controls our lives from cradle to grave? Or do we believe in the power and wisdom of the people and their ability to self-govern with help from a limited federal government? Our president, Donald J. Trump, believes in the people. He is one of us. He makes promises, and he keeps them." REUTERS/Tom Brenner
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Dana White, president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, gave one of the more extensive discussions of Trump's response to the pandemic, saying he had served on a White House task force on reopening. "It was clear: his highest priority was always the health and safety of everyone in our country," White said. White bragged that the UFC was the first sport to restart, and said the lessons learned would help reopen schools. "Make no mistake about it. We still have a long way to go. And that is why we need a leader, with President Trump's unique attributes, at this critical time."

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Dana White, president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, gave one of the more extensive discussions of Trump's response to the pandemic, saying he had served on a White House task force on reopening. "It was clear: his highest priority was always...more

Dana White, president of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, gave one of the more extensive discussions of Trump's response to the pandemic, saying he had served on a White House task force on reopening. "It was clear: his highest priority was always the health and safety of everyone in our country," White said. White bragged that the UFC was the first sport to restart, and said the lessons learned would help reopen schools. "Make no mistake about it. We still have a long way to go. And that is why we need a leader, with President Trump's unique attributes, at this critical time." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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White House Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Social Media Dan Scavino delivers a pre-recorded address recorded on August 26 to be aired on the final day of the convention: "While they call it chaos, President Trump calls it change."

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White House Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Social Media Dan Scavino delivers a pre-recorded address recorded on August 26 to be aired on the final day of the convention: "While they call it chaos, President Trump calls it change." REUTERS/Tom...more

White House Deputy Chief of Staff and Director of Social Media Dan Scavino delivers a pre-recorded address recorded on August 26 to be aired on the final day of the convention: "While they call it chaos, President Trump calls it change." REUTERS/Tom Brenner
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Thursday's program aimed to counterbalance those defections, featuring a video showcasing former Democratic voters who say they now support Trump and remarks from Representative Jeff Van Drew, who abandoned the Democratic Party to join the Republicans after voting against Trump's impeachment this year. "Joe Biden is being told what to do by the radicals running my former party, the same radicals trying to install him as their puppet president," he said August 27. 

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Thursday's program aimed to counterbalance those defections, featuring a video showcasing former Democratic voters who say they now support Trump and remarks from Representative Jeff Van Drew, who abandoned the Democratic Party to join the...more

Thursday's program aimed to counterbalance those defections, featuring a video showcasing former Democratic voters who say they now support Trump and remarks from Representative Jeff Van Drew, who abandoned the Democratic Party to join the Republicans after voting against Trump's impeachment this year. "Joe Biden is being told what to do by the radicals running my former party, the same radicals trying to install him as their puppet president," he said August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Former New York Mayor and Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is seen in a video on the South Lawn of the White House August 27: "These continuous riots in Democratic cities, gives you a good view of the future under Biden." REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Former New York Mayor and Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is seen in a video on the South Lawn of the White House August 27: "These continuous riots in Democratic cities, gives you a good view of the future under Biden." REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Former New York Mayor and Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani is seen in a video on the South Lawn of the White House August 27: "These continuous riots in Democratic cities, gives you a good view of the future under Biden." REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy speaks August 27: "Four years ago, President Trump promised to be your voice. He kept that promise. But there's still so much more to do. The choice before you could not be clearer. Forward in freedom or backward in socialism. Forward in prosperity, or backward in poverty. Forward in personal liberty or backwards in more government control."

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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy speaks August 27: "Four years ago, President Trump promised to be your voice. He kept that promise. But there's still so much more to do. The choice before you could not be clearer. Forward in freedom or backward...more

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy speaks August 27: "Four years ago, President Trump promised to be your voice. He kept that promise. But there's still so much more to do. The choice before you could not be clearer. Forward in freedom or backward in socialism. Forward in prosperity, or backward in poverty. Forward in personal liberty or backwards in more government control." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Alice Johnson, a criminal justice reform advocate and former prisoner, speaks, August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Alice Johnson, a criminal justice reform advocate and former prisoner, speaks, August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Alice Johnson, a criminal justice reform advocate and former prisoner, speaks, August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Carl Mueller holds up a photo of his daughter Kayla Mueller, who was killed by ISIS, while speaking with his wife Marsha, August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Carl Mueller holds up a photo of his daughter Kayla Mueller, who was killed by ISIS, while speaking with his wife Marsha, August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Carl Mueller holds up a photo of his daughter Kayla Mueller, who was killed by ISIS, while speaking with his wife Marsha, August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Patrick Lynch, president of the Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York, speaks August 27: "The radical left doesn't really want better policing. They don't really care about making the justice system fairer. What they want is no policing." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Patrick Lynch, president of the Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York, speaks August 27: "The radical left doesn't really want better policing. They don't really care about making the justice system fairer. What they want is no...more

Patrick Lynch, president of the Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York, speaks August 27: "The radical left doesn't really want better policing. They don't really care about making the justice system fairer. What they want is no policing." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Stacia Brightmon, a Marine Corps veteran, speaks August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Stacia Brightmon, a Marine Corps veteran, speaks August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Stacia Brightmon, a Marine Corps veteran, speaks August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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A supporter of President Donald Trump arrives at the White House as he prepares to accept the Republican nomination in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

A supporter of President Donald Trump arrives at the White House as he prepares to accept the Republican nomination in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

A supporter of President Donald Trump arrives at the White House as he prepares to accept the Republican nomination in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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Demonstrators face police officers during a protest at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Demonstrators face police officers during a protest at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Demonstrators face police officers during a protest at Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington, August 27. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly
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White House advisor Ja'Ron Smith speaks August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

White House advisor Ja'Ron Smith speaks August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

White House advisor Ja'Ron Smith speaks August 27. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Former New York Mayor and Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani poses for pictures with people as he stands near former Trump 2016 campaign manager Corey Lewandowski in a crowd of supporters on the South Lawn of the White House August 27. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Former New York Mayor and Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani poses for pictures with people as he stands near former Trump 2016 campaign manager Corey Lewandowski in a crowd of supporters on the South Lawn of the White House August 27....more

Former New York Mayor and Trump personal attorney Rudy Giuliani poses for pictures with people as he stands near former Trump 2016 campaign manager Corey Lewandowski in a crowd of supporters on the South Lawn of the White House August 27. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Vice President Mike Pence is joined onstage by President Donald Trump after delivering his acceptance speech at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Vice President Mike Pence is joined onstage by President Donald Trump after delivering his acceptance speech at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Vice President Mike Pence is joined onstage by President Donald Trump after delivering his acceptance speech at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Vice President Mike Pence delivers his acceptance speech as the Republican vice presidential nominee during an event of the 2020 Republican National Convention held at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. "When you consider their agenda, it's clear: Joe Biden would be nothing more than a Trojan horse for a radical left. The choice in this election has never been clearer and the stakes have never been higher. Last week, Joe Biden said democracy is on the ballot, but the truth is ... our economic recovery is on the ballot, law and order is on the ballot. But so are things far more fundamental and foundational to our country," said Pence. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Vice President Mike Pence delivers his acceptance speech as the Republican vice presidential nominee during an event of the 2020 Republican National Convention held at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. "When you consider their agenda,...more

Vice President Mike Pence delivers his acceptance speech as the Republican vice presidential nominee during an event of the 2020 Republican National Convention held at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. "When you consider their agenda, it's clear: Joe Biden would be nothing more than a Trojan horse for a radical left. The choice in this election has never been clearer and the stakes have never been higher. Last week, Joe Biden said democracy is on the ballot, but the truth is ... our economic recovery is on the ballot, law and order is on the ballot. But so are things far more fundamental and foundational to our country," said Pence. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Supporters of President Donald Trump listen as Vice President Mike Pence delivers his acceptance speech at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. In his speech Pence said: "Let me be clear: the violence must stop -- whether in Minneapolis, Portland or Kenosha. Too many heroes have died defending our freedom to see Americans strike each other down. We will have law and order on the streets of this country for every American of every race and creed and color." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Supporters of President Donald Trump listen as Vice President Mike Pence delivers his acceptance speech at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. In his speech Pence said: "Let me be clear: the violence must stop -- whether in Minneapolis,...more

Supporters of President Donald Trump listen as Vice President Mike Pence delivers his acceptance speech at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. In his speech Pence said: "Let me be clear: the violence must stop -- whether in Minneapolis, Portland or Kenosha. Too many heroes have died defending our freedom to see Americans strike each other down. We will have law and order on the streets of this country for every American of every race and creed and color." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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A staff member adjusts the hair of Lara Trump, an adviser to the Trump re-election campaign and wife of the president's son Eric, ahead of a pre-recorded address August 26. REUTERS/Tom Brenner

A staff member adjusts the hair of Lara Trump, an adviser to the Trump re-election campaign and wife of the president's son Eric, ahead of a pre-recorded address August 26. REUTERS/Tom Brenner

A staff member adjusts the hair of Lara Trump, an adviser to the Trump re-election campaign and wife of the president's son Eric, ahead of a pre-recorded address August 26. REUTERS/Tom Brenner
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Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, who announced earlier this week she would step down at the end of the month, said Trump had put women in powerful positions and given her an influential role. "A woman in a leadership role can still seem novel. Not so for President Trump. For decades, he has elevated women to senior positions in business and in government. He confides in and consults us, respects our opinions, and insists that we are on equal footing with the men," Conway said August 26. REUTERS/Tom Brenner

Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, who announced earlier this week she would step down at the end of the month, said Trump had put women in powerful positions and given her an influential role. "A woman in a leadership role can still seem novel. Not so...more

Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, who announced earlier this week she would step down at the end of the month, said Trump had put women in powerful positions and given her an influential role. "A woman in a leadership role can still seem novel. Not so for President Trump. For decades, he has elevated women to senior positions in business and in government. He confides in and consults us, respects our opinions, and insists that we are on equal footing with the men," Conway said August 26. REUTERS/Tom Brenner
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White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany delivers a pre-recorded address August 26. McEnany offered a deeply personal story about her decision to undergo a preventative mastectomy, describing how Trump called her afterward -- a gesture she characterized as supporting "an American with a pre-existing condition." In fact, the Trump administration will try this autumn to persuade the Supreme Court to invalidate the Obama-era Affordable Care Act, which bars health insurers from canceling coverage for people with pre-existing conditions. 

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White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany delivers a pre-recorded address August 26. McEnany offered a deeply personal story about her decision to undergo a preventative mastectomy, describing how Trump called her afterward -- a gesture she...more

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany delivers a pre-recorded address August 26. McEnany offered a deeply personal story about her decision to undergo a preventative mastectomy, describing how Trump called her afterward -- a gesture she characterized as supporting "an American with a pre-existing condition." In fact, the Trump administration will try this autumn to persuade the Supreme Court to invalidate the Obama-era Affordable Care Act, which bars health insurers from canceling coverage for people with pre-existing conditions. REUTERS/Tom Brenner
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An attendee takes a picture as he waits for the arrival of Vice President Mike Pence to deliver his acceptance speech at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

An attendee takes a picture as he waits for the arrival of Vice President Mike Pence to deliver his acceptance speech at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

An attendee takes a picture as he waits for the arrival of Vice President Mike Pence to deliver his acceptance speech at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland, August 26. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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"You can kneel before God but stand for our flag," said Madison Cawthorn, a paralyzed car-crash survivor and North Carolina politician August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

"You can kneel before God but stand for our flag," said Madison Cawthorn, a paralyzed car-crash survivor and North Carolina politician August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

"You can kneel before God but stand for our flag," said Madison Cawthorn, a paralyzed car-crash survivor and North Carolina politician August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Former acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell is seen behind a video monitor as he delivers a pre-recorded address August 26. "That's the Democrats. Between surveillance classifications, leaks and puppet candidates, they never want the American people to know who's actually calling the shots. But with Donald Trump, you always know exactly who is in charge. Because the answer is you. You're in charge. Not lobbyists, not special interests, not warmongers or China sympathizers or globalization fanatics. With Donald Trump and Mike Pence in the White House, the boss is the American people," said Grenell.  REUTERS/Tom Brenner

Former acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell is seen behind a video monitor as he delivers a pre-recorded address August 26. "That's the Democrats. Between surveillance classifications, leaks and puppet candidates, they never want...more

Former acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell is seen behind a video monitor as he delivers a pre-recorded address August 26. "That's the Democrats. Between surveillance classifications, leaks and puppet candidates, they never want the American people to know who's actually calling the shots. But with Donald Trump, you always know exactly who is in charge. Because the answer is you. You're in charge. Not lobbyists, not special interests, not warmongers or China sympathizers or globalization fanatics. With Donald Trump and Mike Pence in the White House, the boss is the American people," said Grenell. REUTERS/Tom Brenner
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Michael 'Mick' McHale, president of the National Association of Police Organizations and a member of the Southwest Florida Police Benevolent Association said "The differences between Trump/Pence and Biden/Harris are crystal clear. Your choices are the most pro-law enforcement president we've ever had or the most radical anti-police ticket in history." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Michael 'Mick' McHale, president of the National Association of Police Organizations and a member of the Southwest Florida Police Benevolent Association said "The differences between Trump/Pence and Biden/Harris are crystal clear. Your choices are...more

Michael 'Mick' McHale, president of the National Association of Police Organizations and a member of the Southwest Florida Police Benevolent Association said "The differences between Trump/Pence and Biden/Harris are crystal clear. Your choices are the most pro-law enforcement president we've ever had or the most radical anti-police ticket in history." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Representative Elise Stefanik speaks August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Representative Elise Stefanik speaks August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Representative Elise Stefanik speaks August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Sister Deirdre "Dede" Mary Byrne, superior of the D.C. Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts and a retired U.S. Army colonel and board-certified general surgeon, speaks August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Sister Deirdre "Dede" Mary Byrne, superior of the D.C. Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts and a retired U.S. Army colonel and board-certified general surgeon, speaks August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Sister Deirdre "Dede" Mary Byrne, superior of the D.C. Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts and a retired U.S. Army colonel and board-certified general surgeon, speaks August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Senator Marsha Blackburn hit on the 'law-and-order' theme saying, "Tonight, I want to talk to you about another kind of hero. The kind Democrats don’t recognize, because they don’t fit into their narrative. I’m talking about the heroes of our law enforcement and armed services. Leftists try to turn them into villains. They want to ‘cancel’ them. But I’m here to tell you these heroes can't be canceled." Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Senator Marsha Blackburn hit on the 'law-and-order' theme saying, "Tonight, I want to talk to you about another kind of hero. The kind Democrats don’t recognize, because they don’t fit into their narrative. I’m talking about the heroes of our law...more

Senator Marsha Blackburn hit on the 'law-and-order' theme saying, "Tonight, I want to talk to you about another kind of hero. The kind Democrats don’t recognize, because they don’t fit into their narrative. I’m talking about the heroes of our law enforcement and armed services. Leftists try to turn them into villains. They want to ‘cancel’ them. But I’m here to tell you these heroes can't be canceled." Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Tera Myers, the mother of a child living with Down syndrome, whose school choice advocacy led to Ohio passing the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship, speaks August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Tera Myers, the mother of a child living with Down syndrome, whose school choice advocacy led to Ohio passing the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship, speaks August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Tera Myers, the mother of a child living with Down syndrome, whose school choice advocacy led to Ohio passing the Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship, speaks August 26. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem speaks August 26. "From Seattle and Portland to Washington and New York, Democrat-run cities across this country are being overrun by violent mobs," Noem said, although most of the protests since May have been peaceful. "The violence is rampant – there's looting, chaos, destruction and murder ... It took 244 years to build this great nation, flaws and all. But we stand to lose it in a tiny fraction of that time if we continue down the path taken by the Democrats and their radical supporters." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem speaks August 26. "From Seattle and Portland to Washington and New York, Democrat-run cities across this country are being overrun by violent mobs," Noem said, although most of the protests since May have been...more

South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem speaks August 26. "From Seattle and Portland to Washington and New York, Democrat-run cities across this country are being overrun by violent mobs," Noem said, although most of the protests since May have been peaceful. "The violence is rampant – there's looting, chaos, destruction and murder ... It took 244 years to build this great nation, flaws and all. But we stand to lose it in a tiny fraction of that time if we continue down the path taken by the Democrats and their radical supporters." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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First lady Melania Trump is hugged and kissed by President Donald Trump after delivering her live address from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, August 25, 2020. Melania offered sympathy for victims of the coronavirus pandemic and a plea for racial understanding in a convention speech aimed directly at the women voters who have abandoned President Trump. The speech's warm tone was out of step with a Republican gathering that featured harsh rhetoric about Democratic challenger Joe Biden and sometimes apocalyptic warnings about the dangers of Democratic governance.

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First lady Melania Trump is hugged and kissed by President Donald Trump after delivering her live address from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, August 25, 2020. Melania offered sympathy for victims of the coronavirus pandemic and a...more

First lady Melania Trump is hugged and kissed by President Donald Trump after delivering her live address from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, August 25, 2020. Melania offered sympathy for victims of the coronavirus pandemic and a plea for racial understanding in a convention speech aimed directly at the women voters who have abandoned President Trump. The speech's warm tone was out of step with a Republican gathering that featured harsh rhetoric about Democratic challenger Joe Biden and sometimes apocalyptic warnings about the dangers of Democratic governance. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Melania Trump, in her speech from the Rose Garden, acknowledged the pain of the pandemic in sharp contrast to most other speakers at the convention, notably her husband, assailed by Democrats for his lack of solace during a U.S. health crisis that has killed more than 178,000 people. "I want to acknowledge the fact that since March, our lives have changed drastically," she said. "My deepest sympathy goes out to everyone who has lost a loved one." With opinion polls showing Trump shedding support among college-educated women turned off by his combative style, Melania and other women featured on Tuesday appeared to be trying to sway the critical voting bloc.

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Melania Trump, in her speech from the Rose Garden, acknowledged the pain of the pandemic in sharp contrast to most other speakers at the convention, notably her husband, assailed by Democrats for his lack of solace during a U.S. health crisis that...more

Melania Trump, in her speech from the Rose Garden, acknowledged the pain of the pandemic in sharp contrast to most other speakers at the convention, notably her husband, assailed by Democrats for his lack of solace during a U.S. health crisis that has killed more than 178,000 people. "I want to acknowledge the fact that since March, our lives have changed drastically," she said. "My deepest sympathy goes out to everyone who has lost a loved one." With opinion polls showing Trump shedding support among college-educated women turned off by his combative style, Melania and other women featured on Tuesday appeared to be trying to sway the critical voting bloc. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo praised President Donald Trump's foreign policy record in a speech that Democrats criticized as a breach of protocol and perhaps the law. Pompeo spoke from a Jerusalem rooftop with the city lights visible in the background, praising a recent deal to normalize relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Pompeo, believed to be weighing a 2024 run for the White House, highlighted the 2018 move of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, which was popular with American evangelicals - a critical part of Trump's core support. He also said the president had exposed the "predatory aggression" of the Chinese Communist Party, while defeating Islamic State militants and lowering the threat from North Korea.

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo praised President Donald Trump's foreign policy record in a speech that Democrats criticized as a breach of protocol and perhaps the law. Pompeo spoke from a Jerusalem rooftop with the city lights visible in the...more

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo praised President Donald Trump's foreign policy record in a speech that Democrats criticized as a breach of protocol and perhaps the law. Pompeo spoke from a Jerusalem rooftop with the city lights visible in the background, praising a recent deal to normalize relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Pompeo, believed to be weighing a 2024 run for the White House, highlighted the 2018 move of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, which was popular with American evangelicals - a critical part of Trump's core support. He also said the president had exposed the "predatory aggression" of the Chinese Communist Party, while defeating Islamic State militants and lowering the threat from North Korea. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Eric Trump, the son of President Donald Trump, delivers a pre-recorded speech: "In closing, I'd like to speak directly to my father. I miss working alongside you every single day but I'm damn proud to be on the front lines of this fight."

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Eric Trump, the son of President Donald Trump, delivers a pre-recorded speech: "In closing, I'd like to speak directly to my father. I miss working alongside you every single day but I'm damn proud to be on the front lines of this...more

Eric Trump, the son of President Donald Trump, delivers a pre-recorded speech: "In closing, I'd like to speak directly to my father. I miss working alongside you every single day but I'm damn proud to be on the front lines of this fight." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Production staffers help Tiffany Trump as she delivers a pre-recorded speech, August 25: "Make America Great Again is not a slogan for my father, it is what drives him to keep his promise of doing what is right for American citizens."

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Production staffers help Tiffany Trump as she delivers a pre-recorded speech, August 25: "Make America Great Again is not a slogan for my father, it is what drives him to keep his promise of doing what is right for American...more

Production staffers help Tiffany Trump as she delivers a pre-recorded speech, August 25: "Make America Great Again is not a slogan for my father, it is what drives him to keep his promise of doing what is right for American citizens." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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In an appeal to Black voters, many of whom have been alienated by his sometimes divisive rhetoric, Trump in a video pardoned a convicted Nevada bank robber, Jon Ponder, a Black man who has become an advocate for other inmates. "Jon's life is a beautiful testament to the power of redemption," Trump said in the video before signing the pardon, seen here next to Ponder and his wife, and former FBI agent Richard Beasley.

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In an appeal to Black voters, many of whom have been alienated by his sometimes divisive rhetoric, Trump in a video pardoned a convicted Nevada bank robber, Jon Ponder, a Black man who has become an advocate for other inmates. "Jon's life is a...more

In an appeal to Black voters, many of whom have been alienated by his sometimes divisive rhetoric, Trump in a video pardoned a convicted Nevada bank robber, Jon Ponder, a Black man who has become an advocate for other inmates. "Jon's life is a beautiful testament to the power of redemption," Trump said in the video before signing the pardon, seen here next to Ponder and his wife, and former FBI agent Richard Beasley. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Trump, a former reality television star, again blurred the line between government and politics as he used the White House as a venue to promote his re-election bid. The president, assailed by rights activists for immigration policies that have included separating families at the southern border with Mexico, also led a naturalization ceremony for five immigrants becoming U.S. citizens.

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Trump, a former reality television star, again blurred the line between government and politics as he used the White House as a venue to promote his re-election bid. The president, assailed by rights activists for immigration policies that have...more

Trump, a former reality television star, again blurred the line between government and politics as he used the White House as a venue to promote his re-election bid. The president, assailed by rights activists for immigration policies that have included separating families at the southern border with Mexico, also led a naturalization ceremony for five immigrants becoming U.S. citizens. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Nicholas Sandmann, the former high school teenager from Kentucky who gained national attention for staring at a Native American activist in front of the Lincoln Memorial with a 'MAGA' hat on, slammed the media on the second night of the RNC for what he said was its promotion of an "anti-Christian" and "anti-Donald Trump" narrative. "In November, I believe this country must unite around a president who calls the media out and refuses to allow them to create a narrative instead of reporting the facts," Sandmann said.

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Nicholas Sandmann, the former high school teenager from Kentucky who gained national attention for staring at a Native American activist in front of the Lincoln Memorial with a 'MAGA' hat on, slammed the media on the second night of the RNC for what...more

Nicholas Sandmann, the former high school teenager from Kentucky who gained national attention for staring at a Native American activist in front of the Lincoln Memorial with a 'MAGA' hat on, slammed the media on the second night of the RNC for what he said was its promotion of an "anti-Christian" and "anti-Donald Trump" narrative. "In November, I believe this country must unite around a president who calls the media out and refuses to allow them to create a narrative instead of reporting the facts," Sandmann said. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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An array of officials and everyday Americans cited Trump's efforts to loosen economic regulations, put "America First" in trade deals and preserve religious freedom as reasons to back him against Biden. "Our economic choice is very clear. Do you want economic health, prosperity, opportunity and optimism, or do you want to turn back to the dark days of stagnation, recession and pessimism?" White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said.

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An array of officials and everyday Americans cited Trump's efforts to loosen economic regulations, put "America First" in trade deals and preserve religious freedom as reasons to back him against Biden. "Our economic choice is very clear. Do you want...more

An array of officials and everyday Americans cited Trump's efforts to loosen economic regulations, put "America First" in trade deals and preserve religious freedom as reasons to back him against Biden. "Our economic choice is very clear. Do you want economic health, prosperity, opportunity and optimism, or do you want to turn back to the dark days of stagnation, recession and pessimism?" White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Senator Rand Paul: "I'm supporting President Trump because he believes as I do that a strong America cannot fight endless wars. We must not continue to leave our blood and treasure in Middle East quagmires ... Joe Biden voted for the Iraq war, which President Trump has long called the worst geopolitical mistake of our generation. I fear Biden will choose war again. He supported war in Serbia, Syria and Libya. Joe Biden will continue to spill our blood and treasure. President Trump will bring our heroes home."

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Senator Rand Paul: "I'm supporting President Trump because he believes as I do that a strong America cannot fight endless wars. We must not continue to leave our blood and treasure in Middle East quagmires ... Joe Biden voted for the Iraq war, which...more

Senator Rand Paul: "I'm supporting President Trump because he believes as I do that a strong America cannot fight endless wars. We must not continue to leave our blood and treasure in Middle East quagmires ... Joe Biden voted for the Iraq war, which President Trump has long called the worst geopolitical mistake of our generation. I fear Biden will choose war again. He supported war in Serbia, Syria and Libya. Joe Biden will continue to spill our blood and treasure. President Trump will bring our heroes home." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY
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Melania Trump walks up the White House West Wing colonnade as she arrives to deliver her live address in the Rose Garden. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Melania Trump walks up the White House West Wing colonnade as she arrives to deliver her live address in the Rose Garden. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Melania Trump walks up the White House West Wing colonnade as she arrives to deliver her live address in the Rose Garden. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Cissie Graham Lynch, granddaughter of the late evangelist Rev. Billy Graham, said Biden and Democrats "will force the choice between being obedient to God or to Caesar. Because the radical left God is government power." She also said a Biden presidency would leave "no room for people of faith." Biden is Catholic, and his faith was highlighted at last week's Democratic convention.

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Cissie Graham Lynch, granddaughter of the late evangelist Rev. Billy Graham, said Biden and Democrats "will force the choice between being obedient to God or to Caesar. Because the radical left God is government power." She also said a Biden...more

Cissie Graham Lynch, granddaughter of the late evangelist Rev. Billy Graham, said Biden and Democrats "will force the choice between being obedient to God or to Caesar. Because the radical left God is government power." She also said a Biden presidency would leave "no room for people of faith." Biden is Catholic, and his faith was highlighted at last week's Democratic convention. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron: "Joe Biden is a backwards thinker in a world craving forward-looking leadership. There's no wisdom in his record or plan, just a trail of discredited ideas and offensive statements."

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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron: "Joe Biden is a backwards thinker in a world craving forward-looking leadership. There's no wisdom in his record or plan, just a trail of discredited ideas and offensive statements." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron: "Joe Biden is a backwards thinker in a world craving forward-looking leadership. There's no wisdom in his record or plan, just a trail of discredited ideas and offensive statements." REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Vice President Mike Pence is seen with Laura and Jordan McLinn in a segment . 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Vice President Mike Pence is seen with Laura and Jordan McLinn in a segment . 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Vice President Mike Pence is seen with Laura and Jordan McLinn in a segment . 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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President Donald Trump arrives to listen to first lady Melania Trump deliver her live address from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, August 25. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

President Donald Trump arrives to listen to first lady Melania Trump deliver her live address from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, August 25. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

President Donald Trump arrives to listen to first lady Melania Trump deliver her live address from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, August 25. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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White House counselor Kellyanne Conway waits for first lady Melania Trump to arrive to deliver her live address from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, August 25. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway waits for first lady Melania Trump to arrive to deliver her live address from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, August 25. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway waits for first lady Melania Trump to arrive to deliver her live address from the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, August 25. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Florida Lt. Governor Jeanette Nunez waits to deliver a live address August 25. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Florida Lt. Governor Jeanette Nunez waits to deliver a live address August 25. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Florida Lt. Governor Jeanette Nunez waits to deliver a live address August 25. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Ryan Holets, a police officer from New Mexico, speaks by video feed, August 25. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Ryan Holets, a police officer from New Mexico, speaks by video feed, August 25. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Ryan Holets, a police officer from New Mexico, speaks by video feed, August 25. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Tiffany Trump, daughter of President Donald Trump, is reflected in a teleprompter showing her remarks as she delivers a pre-recorded a speech, August 25. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Tiffany Trump, daughter of President Donald Trump, is reflected in a teleprompter showing her remarks as she delivers a pre-recorded a speech, August 25. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Tiffany Trump, daughter of President Donald Trump, is reflected in a teleprompter showing her remarks as she delivers a pre-recorded a speech, August 25. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
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Abby Johnson, a former clinic director for Planned Parenthood, speaks, August 25. "This election is a choice between two radical, anti-life activists, and the most pro-life president we've ever had. That's something that should compel you to action," said Johnson.  2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Abby Johnson, a former clinic director for Planned Parenthood, speaks, August 25. "This election is a choice between two radical, anti-life activists, and the most pro-life president we've ever had. That's something that should compel you to action,"...more

Abby Johnson, a former clinic director for Planned Parenthood, speaks, August 25. "This election is a choice between two radical, anti-life activists, and the most pro-life president we've ever had. That's something that should compel you to action," said Johnson. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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John Peterson, who owns a Wisconsin metal fabrication business, said his company had struggled under Obama and Biden because of heavy federal regulation. "We scrapped and clawed and hung on with everything we had for two years. And then everything changed. Because Donald Trump was elected president. He knew what it was like to build a company and to create jobs for American workers," he said.

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John Peterson, who owns a Wisconsin metal fabrication business, said his company had struggled under Obama and Biden because of heavy federal regulation. "We scrapped and clawed and hung on with everything we had for two years. And then everything...more

John Peterson, who owns a Wisconsin metal fabrication business, said his company had struggled under Obama and Biden because of heavy federal regulation. "We scrapped and clawed and hung on with everything we had for two years. And then everything changed. Because Donald Trump was elected president. He knew what it was like to build a company and to create jobs for American workers," he said. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Kimberly Guilfoyle, the National Chair of the Trump Victory Finance Committee and girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr., delivers a pre-recorded speech, August 24. "They want to destroy this country, and everything that we have fought for and hold dear," she said of Democrats. "They want to steal your liberty, your freedom. They want to control what you see and think, and believe, so they can control how you live!" REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Kimberly Guilfoyle, the National Chair of the Trump Victory Finance Committee and girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr., delivers a pre-recorded speech, August 24. "They want to destroy this country, and everything that we have fought for and hold dear,"...more

Kimberly Guilfoyle, the National Chair of the Trump Victory Finance Committee and girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr., delivers a pre-recorded speech, August 24. "They want to destroy this country, and everything that we have fought for and hold dear," she said of Democrats. "They want to steal your liberty, your freedom. They want to control what you see and think, and believe, so they can control how you live!" REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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A TV monitor shows Donald Trump Jr. as he delivers a pre-recorded speech from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, August 24, 2020. The president's oldest son said, "Joe Biden and the radical left are now coming for our freedom of speech. They want to bully us into submission. If they get their way, it will no longer be the silent majority. It will be the silenced majority. This has to stop. Freedom of expression used to be a liberal value. At least before the radical left took over. Now the Republican Party is the home of free speech, the place where anyone from any background can speak their mind." REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

A TV monitor shows Donald Trump Jr. as he delivers a pre-recorded speech from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, August 24, 2020. The president's oldest son said, "Joe Biden and the radical left are now coming for our freedom of speech. They want...more

A TV monitor shows Donald Trump Jr. as he delivers a pre-recorded speech from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, August 24, 2020. The president's oldest son said, "Joe Biden and the radical left are now coming for our freedom of speech. They want to bully us into submission. If they get their way, it will no longer be the silent majority. It will be the silenced majority. This has to stop. Freedom of expression used to be a liberal value. At least before the radical left took over. Now the Republican Party is the home of free speech, the place where anyone from any background can speak their mind." REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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President Donald Trump is flanked by essential workers while speaking by video feed, August 24. During a prerecorded appearance at the White House, Trump spoke with several essential workers including some frontline health workers, none of whom wore masks. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

President Donald Trump is flanked by essential workers while speaking by video feed, August 24. During a prerecorded appearance at the White House, Trump spoke with several essential workers including some frontline health workers, none of whom wore...more

President Donald Trump is flanked by essential workers while speaking by video feed, August 24. During a prerecorded appearance at the White House, Trump spoke with several essential workers including some frontline health workers, none of whom wore masks. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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President Trump, flanked by people who were held hostage abroad, speaks by video feed August 24. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

President Trump, flanked by people who were held hostage abroad, speaks by video feed August 24. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

President Trump, flanked by people who were held hostage abroad, speaks by video feed August 24. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley speaks in a live address broadcast from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, August 24. Haley, a child of Indian immigrants, attempted to draw a contrast with what she called Democratic support of "riot and rage." "I was a brown girl in a black and white world," she said. "We faced discrimination and hardship. But my parents never gave in to grievance and hate." REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley speaks in a live address broadcast from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, August 24. Haley, a child of Indian immigrants, attempted to draw a contrast with what she called Democratic support...more

Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley speaks in a live address broadcast from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, August 24. Haley, a child of Indian immigrants, attempted to draw a contrast with what she called Democratic support of "riot and rage." "I was a brown girl in a black and white world," she said. "We faced discrimination and hardship. But my parents never gave in to grievance and hate." REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Patricia and Mark McCloskey of St. Louis, Missouri, who brandished guns at Black Lives Matter protesters outside their home in June, speak by video feed, August 24. The couple repeated the convention trope that Democrats will destroy America's suburbs. "No matter where you live, your family will not be safe in the radical Democrats' America," said Patricia McCloskey. "At this moment in history, if you stand up for yourself and for the values our country was founded on, the mob - spurred on by their allies in the media - will try to destroy you."

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Patricia and Mark McCloskey of St. Louis, Missouri, who brandished guns at Black Lives Matter protesters outside their home in June, speak by video feed, August 24. The couple repeated the convention trope that Democrats will destroy America's...more

Patricia and Mark McCloskey of St. Louis, Missouri, who brandished guns at Black Lives Matter protesters outside their home in June, speak by video feed, August 24. The couple repeated the convention trope that Democrats will destroy America's suburbs. "No matter where you live, your family will not be safe in the radical Democrats' America," said Patricia McCloskey. "At this moment in history, if you stand up for yourself and for the values our country was founded on, the mob - spurred on by their allies in the media - will try to destroy you." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Andrew Pollack, whose daughter Meadow was killed in the 2018 school shooting in Parkland, Florida, speaks August 24. "I truly believe the safety of our kids depends on whether this man is re-elected," he said. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Andrew Pollack, whose daughter Meadow was killed in the 2018 school shooting in Parkland, Florida, speaks August 24. "I truly believe the safety of our kids depends on whether this man is re-elected," he said. 2020 Republican National...more

Andrew Pollack, whose daughter Meadow was killed in the 2018 school shooting in Parkland, Florida, speaks August 24. "I truly believe the safety of our kids depends on whether this man is re-elected," he said. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Former NFL player Herschel Walker speaks by video feed August 24. "It hurts my soul to hear the terrible names that people call Donald. The worst one is 'racist.' I take it as a personal insult that people would think I would have a 37-year friendship with a racist," he said. "He keeps right on fighting to improve the lives of Black Americans and all Americans. He works night and day. He never stops. He leaves nothing on the field." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Former NFL player Herschel Walker speaks by video feed August 24. "It hurts my soul to hear the terrible names that people call Donald. The worst one is 'racist.' I take it as a personal insult that people would think I would have a 37-year...more

Former NFL player Herschel Walker speaks by video feed August 24. "It hurts my soul to hear the terrible names that people call Donald. The worst one is 'racist.' I take it as a personal insult that people would think I would have a 37-year friendship with a racist," he said. "He keeps right on fighting to improve the lives of Black Americans and all Americans. He works night and day. He never stops. He leaves nothing on the field." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Maryland congressional candidate Kim Klacik speaks by video feed August 24. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Maryland congressional candidate Kim Klacik speaks by video feed August 24. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Maryland congressional candidate Kim Klacik speaks by video feed August 24. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Rep. Jim Jordan speaks by video feed August 24. Jordan suggested without providing evidence that Democrats want to stoke violence in America, and offered a glimpse into a private moment Trump shared with a family in mourning: "He's taken on the swamp, all of the swamp. The Democrats, the press, and the never-Trumpers. And when you take on the swamp, the swamp fights back." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Rep. Jim Jordan speaks by video feed August 24. Jordan suggested without providing evidence that Democrats want to stoke violence in America, and offered a glimpse into a private moment Trump shared with a family in mourning: "He's taken on the...more

Rep. Jim Jordan speaks by video feed August 24. Jordan suggested without providing evidence that Democrats want to stoke violence in America, and offered a glimpse into a private moment Trump shared with a family in mourning: "He's taken on the swamp, all of the swamp. The Democrats, the press, and the never-Trumpers. And when you take on the swamp, the swamp fights back." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Rep Matt Gaetz bashed Democrats for wanting what he said was Hollywood 'horror film' for the United States. "It's a horror film, really. They'll disarm you, empty the prisons, lock you in your home, and invite MS-13 to live next door," Gaetz said, without providing evidence. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS

Rep Matt Gaetz bashed Democrats for wanting what he said was Hollywood 'horror film' for the United States. "It's a horror film, really. They'll disarm you, empty the prisons, lock you in your home, and invite MS-13 to live next door," Gaetz said,...more

Rep Matt Gaetz bashed Democrats for wanting what he said was Hollywood 'horror film' for the United States. "It's a horror film, really. They'll disarm you, empty the prisons, lock you in your home, and invite MS-13 to live next door," Gaetz said, without providing evidence. 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS
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Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna McDaniel gestures as she arrives to speak in Washington, August 24. "The truth is, there's only one person who has empathized with everyday Americans, and actually been fighting for them over the past four years, and that is President Donald Trump," she said.

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Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna McDaniel gestures as she arrives to speak in Washington, August 24. "The truth is, there's only one person who has empathized with everyday Americans, and actually been fighting for them over the past four...more

Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna McDaniel gestures as she arrives to speak in Washington, August 24. "The truth is, there's only one person who has empathized with everyday Americans, and actually been fighting for them over the past four years, and that is President Donald Trump," she said. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Senator Tim Scott waits to speak in a live address from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, August 24. "We are always striving to be better. When we stumble, and we will, we pick ourselves back up and try again," Scott said. "We don't give into cancel-culture, or the radical -- and factually baseless -- belief that things are worse today than in the 1860s or the 1960s." REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Senator Tim Scott waits to speak in a live address from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, August 24. "We are always striving to be better. When we stumble, and we will, we pick ourselves back up and try again," Scott said. "We don't give into...more

Senator Tim Scott waits to speak in a live address from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, August 24. "We are always striving to be better. When we stumble, and we will, we pick ourselves back up and try again," Scott said. "We don't give into cancel-culture, or the radical -- and factually baseless -- belief that things are worse today than in the 1860s or the 1960s." REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Founder and President of Turning Point USA Charlie Kirk kicked off the first night of the RNC: "America is a gift from God, preserved only by heroes who dared to fight and protect it as their own ... In this country it means you can speak your mind without retribution - without being kicked off of social media by a self-righteous censor in Silicon Valley. It means you can freely practice your religion and that church is more essential than a casino. And it means that we judge people on actions not on their immutable characteristics ... The American way of life is being dismantled by a group of bitter, deceitful, vengeful activists who have never built anything in their lives."

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Founder and President of Turning Point USA Charlie Kirk kicked off the first night of the RNC: "America is a gift from God, preserved only by heroes who dared to fight and protect it as their own ... In this country it means you can speak your mind...more

Founder and President of Turning Point USA Charlie Kirk kicked off the first night of the RNC: "America is a gift from God, preserved only by heroes who dared to fight and protect it as their own ... In this country it means you can speak your mind without retribution - without being kicked off of social media by a self-righteous censor in Silicon Valley. It means you can freely practice your religion and that church is more essential than a casino. And it means that we judge people on actions not on their immutable characteristics ... The American way of life is being dismantled by a group of bitter, deceitful, vengeful activists who have never built anything in their lives." 2020 Republican National Convention/Handout via REUTERS.
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President Donald Trump gives a thumbs up as Vice President Mike Pence waves, following the president's address on the first day, August 24. REUTERS/Leah Millis

President Donald Trump gives a thumbs up as Vice President Mike Pence waves, following the president's address on the first day, August 24. REUTERS/Leah Millis

President Donald Trump gives a thumbs up as Vice President Mike Pence waves, following the president's address on the first day, August 24. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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Policemen use pepper spray on demonstrators during a scuffle at a protest near the Charlotte Convention Center, August 23. REUTERS/Leah Millis

Policemen use pepper spray on demonstrators during a scuffle at a protest near the Charlotte Convention Center, August 23. REUTERS/Leah Millis

Policemen use pepper spray on demonstrators during a scuffle at a protest near the Charlotte Convention Center, August 23. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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Republican delegates cheer President Donald Trump, August 24. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Republican delegates cheer President Donald Trump, August 24. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Republican delegates cheer President Donald Trump, August 24. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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President Donald Trump addresses the first day of the Republican National Convention, August 24. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

President Donald Trump addresses the first day of the Republican National Convention, August 24. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

President Donald Trump addresses the first day of the Republican National Convention, August 24. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Delegates attend the Republican National Convention, August 24. REUTERS/Leah Millis

Delegates attend the Republican National Convention, August 24. REUTERS/Leah Millis

Delegates attend the Republican National Convention, August 24. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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Vice President Mike Pence speaks, August 24. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS

Vice President Mike Pence speaks, August 24. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS

Vice President Mike Pence speaks, August 24. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS
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Demonstrators stand-off with a small group of police officers as they march during a protest in Charlotte, August 22,. REUTERS/Leah Millis

Demonstrators stand-off with a small group of police officers as they march during a protest in Charlotte, August 22,. REUTERS/Leah Millis

Demonstrators stand-off with a small group of police officers as they march during a protest in Charlotte, August 22,. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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Delegates gesture as they attend the Republican National Convention, August 24. REUTERS/Leah Millis

Delegates gesture as they attend the Republican National Convention, August 24. REUTERS/Leah Millis

Delegates gesture as they attend the Republican National Convention, August 24. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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A delegate on the convention floor, wearing a protective face mask that is inscribed with Chinese writing, listens to President Donald Trump speak, August 24. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A delegate on the convention floor, wearing a protective face mask that is inscribed with Chinese writing, listens to President Donald Trump speak, August 24. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A delegate on the convention floor, wearing a protective face mask that is inscribed with Chinese writing, listens to President Donald Trump speak, August 24. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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A crowd mingles at the conclusion of President Donald Trump’s speech to delegates in the Charlotte Convention Center's Richardson Ballroom, August 24. Travis Dove/Pool via REUTERS

A crowd mingles at the conclusion of President Donald Trump’s speech to delegates in the Charlotte Convention Center's Richardson Ballroom, August 24. Travis Dove/Pool via REUTERS

A crowd mingles at the conclusion of President Donald Trump’s speech to delegates in the Charlotte Convention Center's Richardson Ballroom, August 24. Travis Dove/Pool via REUTERS
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Republican National Committee Chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel, hands the gavel to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Calif., before he speaks, August 24. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS

Republican National Committee Chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel, hands the gavel to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Calif., before he speaks, August 24. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS

Republican National Committee Chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel, hands the gavel to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy of Calif., before he speaks, August 24. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS
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A delegate is seen at the Charlotte Convention Center before the roll call vote to renominate Trump, August 24. Travis Dove/Pool via REUTERS

A delegate is seen at the Charlotte Convention Center before the roll call vote to renominate Trump, August 24. Travis Dove/Pool via REUTERS

A delegate is seen at the Charlotte Convention Center before the roll call vote to renominate Trump, August 24. Travis Dove/Pool via REUTERS
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The Charlotte Convention Center is set for delegates to gather for the roll call vote, August 24. Travis Dove/Pool via REUTERS

The Charlotte Convention Center is set for delegates to gather for the roll call vote, August 24. Travis Dove/Pool via REUTERS

The Charlotte Convention Center is set for delegates to gather for the roll call vote, August 24. Travis Dove/Pool via REUTERS
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Demonstrators clash with police officers during a protest in downtown Charlotte, August 22. REUTERS/Leah Millis

Demonstrators clash with police officers during a protest in downtown Charlotte, August 22. REUTERS/Leah Millis

Demonstrators clash with police officers during a protest in downtown Charlotte, August 22. REUTERS/Leah Millis
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The room is set for the first day of the Republican National Convention, August 24. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS

The room is set for the first day of the Republican National Convention, August 24. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS

The room is set for the first day of the Republican National Convention, August 24. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS
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A delegate is seen before the start of the first day, August 24. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS

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