Trump's polarizing, unpredictable bid for the nomination has alienated Republicans both on the right and in the center, and the divide has spilled over into the convention, though without overwhelming it. The Trump campaign will hope that disdain for Clinton will unite the party and make a series of missteps - like the plagiarism scandal - irrelevant.
The last time that Trump matched Clinton's level of support was in mid-May, after his remaining rivals for the Republican nomination dropped out and many Republican leaders started to openly support his bid for the White House. "In Libya and Nigeria: guilty". Christie still has a very important job with Trump as he's running the billionaire's transition operation, and there is talk of a cabinet position.
Bush led a memorial service in the city. Harris County says the crew will be one of the dozens of honor guards attending the services for the Dallas officers who were gunned down last week. The men were among five officers shot to death during an ambush by a gunman who said he was acting in revenge for the recent shootings of African Americans by white police officers.
McIver said she took notes and later used the phrasing in the speech, failing to check Michelle's words for any similarities. No, in today's reality TV show that is the 2016 Presidential Election, the only thing people seem to care about from the RNC is potential First Lady Melania Trump's plagiarized version of a famous Michelle Obama speech.
House and in the governor's mansion. Donald Trump's campaign finally admitted on Wednesday that parts of Melania Trump's convention speech had been plagiarized, releasing a brief statement from the person responsible. Democrats said the speech and the Trump campaign's various explanations over the next 48 hours showed his team was not ready for prime time. " "Make American Great Again" is a nostalgic kind of phrase".
She said that has been the department's posture all along. Protesters clash with police on Tuesday, July 19, 2016, in Cleveland, during the second day of the Republican convention. The melee brought to 22 the number of people arrested during the convention, far fewer than some law enforcement authorities had feared. However, the initial reports that shots had been fired at police in Cleveland are now being denied by the Cleveland Police Department.