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>> Donald Day Trump, having received the majority of these votes entitled to be cast at the convention has been selected as the Republican party nominee for President of The United States.
That gavel means we no longer have to call Donald Trump the presumptive nominee. He became the official Republican candidate for president Tuesday night.
>> Good evening. Are you having fun?>> Delegates in Cleveland heard from their nominee via satellite from New York. The second night of the convention, meant to focus on jobs and the economy, underlaid by tensions that anti-Trump factions might mount a symbolic effort to somehow delay the nomination.
To counteract division, red meat was served.>> Let me repeat that, radical Islamic terrorists.>> You have to be able to protect yourself and your family. And that's what the second amendment is all about.>> As my daddy likes to say, Hillary will lie even when the truth would serve her better.
>> Indeed the one name that may have been spoken even more than Trump's was that of his presumptive rival.>> It is our obligation to stop Hillary Clinton now, and never let her get within ten miles of the White House again.>>
>> Attacks on Clinton at every turn in an effort to whip up passion for the general election where many in the GOP see more than the White House at stake.
Congressional Republicans worry that Donald Trump's unfavorable ratings could cost them in the House and Senate. This could not have been far from House Speaker Paul Ryan's mind when he put it this this way.>> In the plainest terms I know, it is all on the line.>> Some of the speakers Tuesday may have sounded a bit repetitive, but there were no allegations of plagiarism of the type that plagued the party after Melania Trump's comments on Monday.