RNC’s Delegates Support Donald Trump As GOP Presidential Candidate


Time: 2:55 p.m. CEST

Republicans decided to nominate Donald Trump as their presidential candidate for the presidential elections on November 8, 2016. The GOP delegates vote on the nomination at the end of the two days of the Republican National Convention at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, where various followers and members of GOP Party explained their opinions and open the way for the formal nomination.

Trump passed his way from the primaries to the official nomination offering many moments with his statements that created fuse not only among Democrats, but also among the Republicans.

The possible divisions and frustrations reflected in part the atmosphere in the arena, where different speakers talked during the two days, giving their opinion why Trump could “make America work again.”

After the convention ended, Trump appeared on the video from the New York City in which he thanked to those from the Republican Party who voted in support of him. “A little over one year ago, I announced my candidacy for president, and with your vote today, the stage of the presidential process has come to a close,” Trump said after making, as he said “the largest vote total in the history of the Republican Party.”

Trump also said, “we have to go all the way.”

In the closed arena in Cleveland, with many gathered reporters and media crews covering the convention, some protested the choice of Trump for the GOP presidential candidate, talking loudly and confronting with cheering crowd of delegates, supporters and opponents inside GOP.

Most of the lawmakers who were scheduled to speak at the convention expressed their support to Trump, but some used moderate tone to appeal to the party unity. House Speaker Paul Ryan who was not among the Republican candidates for the primary races called to party unity and focused to the situation where the Democrats retain control on the White House.

Another prominent Republican, who competed for the party nomination, but now supports Trump, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, used his time for the speech to attack Hillary Clinton and demanded a prosecution case against her. Regardless, Christie was not talking much on Trump, the delegates and supporters in Quicken Loans Arena responded with the words “Lock her up.”

“We did not disqualify Hillary Clinton to be president of the United States. The facts of her life, career disqualified her,” Christie said in his passionate speech.

Trump’s children and other members of his family took the stage in support of Trump with their accounts on his character, values and the notion he is the candidate of the people.

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