In one example, Mrs. Trump said: "From a young age, my parents impressed on me the values that you work hard for what you want in life, that your word is your bond and you do what you say and keep your promise, that you treat people with respect".
Saying that because "the Justice Department refused to prosecute her", that he would prosecute her Tuesday night in Cleveland with the audience being the jury. It was the first time during the prime-time speaker lineup that the crowd got animated, chanting "guilty" and "lock her up". He pointed to a Washington Post-ABC poll showing 56% of Americans disapproved of FBI Director James Comey's recommendation against charging Clinton.
Carl Bearden will attend the Republican National Convention as a Missouri delegate pledged to support Donald Trump for president, but he doesn't plan to actually do so. Sen. It's not so much about whether Trump gets the nomination ("Dump Trump" activists are unlikely to succeed) as it is about millions of Americans seeing the GOP's nominee under fire even at an event created to whip up support for him.
Bush. "Nobody knows the system better than me", he added to seemingly knowing laughter. Throughout the day, the Clinton campaign and other Democratic groups sent out statements denouncing various Trump polices as ineffectual, divisive or simply wrong-headed, and accusing him of distorting Clinton's records.
But Trump thanked at least one billionaire funder by name but not the people who did all the work. According to the recent Bloomberg report , Trump plans to funnel millions of dollars to take out his former campaign rivals the next time they run for office.
Bernie SandersBernie SandersTop DNC official calls for shake-up in wake of email scandal Trump: Sanders turning out to be "weak, pathetic" Carson: DNC email leak proves system is corrupt MORE (I-Vt.) said Sunday that he would have preferred someone like Sen.