Pat Smith, mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith speaks during the opening day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland , Monday, July 18, 2016. Admittedly, lying to an anguished mother for political purposes, if that's what Clinton did, is disgraceful. I had the same sort of empathy for Cindy Sheehan, also a grieving mother, who became an increasingly strident antiwar (and, at first, anti-Republican) activist following the death of her son Casey, 23, an Army soldier killed in 2004 ...
Lorne Ahrens. Funerals for the two other slain officers are set for Friday and Saturday. He is remembered as a devoted family man and exemplary officer. Friday and did not tell her what was going on, but asked her to come with them for questioning. Gunman Micah Johnson was killed when authorities used a robot to detonate an explosive as negotiations faltered.
Trump's family and friends in attendance turned their backs on Cruz to stand and applaud the Republican nominee, who sat down in the front row of his VIP box to watch his son Eric deliver the next speech. It's a question that has followed Ted Cruz throughout his relatively brief time on the national stage. Quite pointedly, the senator from Texas refused to endorse Donald Trump.
Mike Pence, the in governor who once led conservative firebrands in Congress at a time when they were few and far between, accepted the nomination for vice president and in the process made the case for why the right must stand with Trump.
Some Republicans contend Pence has enough conservatism in him to cover the entire ticket, so much so that Democrats warned Wednesday that Trump chose the "most extreme anti-LGBT vice president" nominee in US history. Kennedy's assassin. Republican candidates had pledged during the primary contests to support the party's eventual nominee. Cruz has not endorsed Trump despite pleas for party unity from the campaign and party officials.
The senator has also said he disagrees with Trump's proposal to stop Muslim immigration and wants to cut the tax code, CBS News reported . Ivanka Trump, the daughter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump , cheers as Mike Pence accepts the vice presidential nomination, in Cleveland , July 20, 2016.