Just four hours after Trump officially named Governor Mike Pence as his running mate in New York City, a line of about 100 supporters waited outside the Indianapolis Executive Airport hangar in Zionsville. "I call her 'Crooked Hillary.' She's crooked Hillary", he said. Trump then takes over the question, saying, "Hey, look, I like John McCain". Trump handed over the microphone to Pence, patted him and walked off the stage and out of sight.
Campaign chair Paul Manafort denied the speech was plagiarized in media interviews, telling "CBS This Morning" on Tuesday that "there aren't that many similarities" to the convention speech Michelle Obama gave. McIver explained that she included the passages from Michelle Obama's speech after listening to Melania Trump read passages from the 2008 address. It also distracted from an event created to unify Republicans behind the billionaire businessman, while introducing his family to the ...
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Delegates from states across the country cast their votes on the floor of the Quicken Loans Arena. He has said Trump shouldn't expect an endorsement anytime soon. On Tuesday, under the headline "Make America Work Again", speakers at Cleveland's Quicken Loans basketball arena were meant to assail Democratic President Barack Obama's record on the economy during his almost eight years in power.
Melania Trump is Rickrolling in the deep following allegations of plagiarism for her Republican National Convention speech. The governor, a dropout in the GOP presidential race who ended up on the short list for Trump's running mate, energized the hall as he ticked through numerous accusations of wrongdoing against Clinton and implored delegates to shout "guilty".
The work theme did make its way into a speech by Alaska Sen. In one night, Donald Trump locked up the nomination, unleashed a cavalcade of speakers to bash Hillary Clinton and filled hours of television with an odd up-and-down string of speakers who toggled between mild and wild.