A quick review of tonight's GOP festivities via a smorgasbord of perspectives from "many sides" of the election debate . . . Checkit:
Prez Trump Offers Groundbreaking Glimpse Of Kinder, Gentler Administration
The second night of the Republican convention was full of firsts and departures from precedent that further blurred the lines of politics and government in the Trump administration: a speech from a sitting secretary of state, a pardon for a former felon, a naturalization ceremony for new U.S.
1st Lady Shares All The Feels Whilst Few Notice Militaristic Fashion Statement
Melania Trump is hoping to use her enormous popularity on Tuesday at the Republican National Convention to help address one of the biggest challenges facing President Donald Trump in November -- his enormous deficit with female voters.
Politics Pretty Much Just Another Measuring Contest
NEW YORK - Up is down, down is up. President Donald Trump thanked CNN Tuesday for its Republican convention coverage, while Fox News heard complaints from some viewers that it wasn't showing enough.
International Scandal After Tough Talk From Holy Land
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's speech for the Republican National Convention was as improper, deceptive, and self-serving as many expected when it showed up on the schedule. The impropriety has already been widely noted. No secretary of state has ever spoken at a party convention.
Conservatives Push Back Against Progressive Celebs
Actress Bette Midler faced intense backlash for mocking First Lady Melania Trump's accent. The first lady closed the second night of the Republican National Convention on Tuesday from the Rose Garden at the White House, where she expressed her gratitude as an American and her support for President Trump's reelection.
Republicans Against Breaking Stuff Out Of Frustration
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) urged Americans during the Republican National Convention on Tuesday night that if they oppose what the far-Left is doing to the country then they should vote to re-elect President Donald Trump.
Selling Hope Amid Hard Times
WASHINGTON (AP) - The second day of the Republican National Convention started with a decidedly different, more positive tone, with an emphasis on Americans who say have they benefited from President Donald Trump's policies. Here are some takeaways from the second night. LEVERAGING THE WHITE HOUSE "Hail to the Chief."
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