Melania Trump's speech became the talk of the town after listeners picked up words that seemed strikingly similar to those spoken by the First Lady years ago. 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.
Delegates also nominated Trump's running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, on Tuesday. Despite being blown out in the national primary by Trump , Rubio and Kasich never unbound the delegates they collected from the states where they competed.
A French flag flies among the crowd. The families and officials then laid flowers in a nearby garden. Thousands across the country paid their respects during the nationwide minute of silence. "When the interior minister says there were enough police, it constitutes a blatant lie", he told i-Tele television. Like them, the Nice attack was claimed by Islamic State although no hard evidence linking Bouhlel to the militant group has been found.
That small section of Melania Trump's 15-minute speech was similar to part of Michelle Obama's convention speech in 2008, in support of her husband Barack Obama . But the convention speech was not checked against Michelle Obama's 2008 address to the Democratic convention. She says she feels bad for the "chaos" she caused.
In the meeting between Adm. Wu Shengli and Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson, state-controlled media reported Wu told Richardson China would complete its push to outfit several artificial islands off the coast of the Philippines despite an global arbitration tribunal ruling last week that invalidated China's expansive claims in the South China Sea.
The claim - circulated on social media by a news outlet affiliated with the group - didn't name Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the 31-year-old Tunisian who authorities say was behind the wheel as a truck crashed into a crowd of revelers at a fireworks display on Thursday.