Republican National Committee general counsel John Ryder said Tuesday that this year's delegates were bound under 2012 rules to support the candidate who won their state, unless this year's convention committee voted to change them. "But the Republicans , it'll be like a hostage video of people forced on stage". Instead, they vote for delegates who are responsible for picking the nominees .
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His son, Donald Trump Jr., announced the support of NY, their home state, during a roll-call vote at the Republican National Convention, ensuring Trump had the majority of delegates - 1,237 - needed to contest the Nov 8 US presidential election.
Vice presidential pick Mike Pence, the IN governor, is set to speak Wednesday. Still, there was a silent protest, of sorts, in the many GOP luminaries who are avoiding the convention stage or Cleveland altogether, wary of being linked to a man whose proposals and temperament have sparked an identity crisis within the party.