2020 Republican National Convention

2020 Republican National Convention

Where to Watch on Monday, August 24th, 2020

Covington teen Nicholas Sandmann among RNC convention speakers

https://www.foxnews.com/media/covington-teen-nicholas-sandmann-among-rnc-convention-speakers

So the DNC had a convicted rapist and torturer at their convention, the RNC will have a victim of Democrat fascism and street thuggery.

Quite a contrast

Now that the convention of the party of Karl Marx, George Soros, Communism, Gratuitous Race-Baiting, and totalitarian control is over…time for the party of God, Jesus, Freedom, America, and Prosperity to get ready!

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President Donald Trump’s 2016 Acceptance Speech | 4 Years Ago Today

First lady Melania Trump on Saturday unveiled the restoration of the White House’s historic Rose Garden restoration, where she’s scheduled to give her speech for next week’s Republican National Convention. The renovation project marks the first time in 60 years that the Rose Garden has been renewed.

“Generations of Americans have come to know and love the White House Rose Garden and its role in countless and significant events over the years,” Stephanie Grisham, chief of staff and spokesperson to the First Lady told Just the News.

The White House said the costs for the renovation were paid through private donations. The National Park Service is responsible for the care and upkeep of White House outdoor spaces

Christopher Nixon Cox: Trump the peacemaker – Nixon offers this blueprint for reelection


On the eve of the 1972 presidential election, when millions of Americans would go to the polls deciding whether to reelect him, Richard Nixon reserved time on television for an address to the nation. What he said then offers an important blueprint for Donald Trump as he seeks to speak to the nation next week during the Republican National Convention

President Nixon, who also was my grandfather, will of course not be there in person. But he might be able to offer something in spirit.

Speaking not from the Oval Office but from the White House library, surrounded by shelves full of the wisdom of the ages, Nixon said he did not intend to use the time allotted to him for an attack on his opponent. Nor would he discuss a litany of issues or make a lot of campaign promises. No, instead he urged Americans to “look to the future.”

He told the nation: “I want to complete the foundations for a world at peace – so that the next generation can be the first in this century to live without war and without the fear of war.”

At the time he spoke, America was still deeply involved in conflicts at home and abroad. There were still American troops in Vietnam (though Nixon’s secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, would soon be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for efforts to end that war.) There were still protests on city streets. The Cold War and the nuclear threat from the Soviet Union still loomed over us

But Nixon managed to project himself convincingly as a man who sought to ease tensions. My grandfather had fought nobly in World War II and was a fierce defender of American interests during the Cold War. But he was, in his heart, still the Quaker boy his mother had raised who believed in the cause of peace.

What many people did not know at the time was that the Nixon campaign had been advised, by pollster Robert Teeter, to highlight “world peace” as one of the president’s strengths. In an August 1972 memo, Teeter advised: “I think it is particularly important that the campaign show the breadth of the president’s foreign policy accomplishments and that they always be interpreted as furthering the cause of world peace.”

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40 Years Ago, Republicans Nominated Ronald Reagan For President Of The United States

DAY ONE
Today’s speakers include: Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, House Republican Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana, Representative Matt Gaetz of Florida, Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, former Ambassador Nikki Haley, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, Georgia State Representative Vernon Jones, Amy Johnson Ford, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Natalie Harp, Charlie Kirk, Kim Klacik, Mark and Patricia McCloskey, Sean Parnell, Andrew Pollack, Donald Trump, Jr. and Tanya Weinreis.

Trump speaks at RNC after securing 2020 GOP nomination

Here’s Everything You Missed From Night One Of The RNC

The Republicans had the first night of their convention, and here are all the bits you don’t want to miss.

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Nikki Haley slams Obama-Biden admin at the Republican National Convention

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I am shocked that ABC News posted this on their Youtube page. It is actually positive.

DAY TWO speakers include: first lady Melania Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, Florida Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nuñez, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, Abby Johnson, Jason Joyce, Myron Lizer, Mary Ann Mendoza, Megan Pauley, Cris Peterson, John Peterson, Nicholas Sandmann, Eric Trump and Tiffany Trump.

Rebecca Friedrichs, a California public school teacher, spoke on the first night of the Republican National Convention on Aug. 24, 2020. The party planned a mix of virtual and in-person events in North Carolina and Washington, D.C., for its nominating convention after the coronavirus pandemic interrupted plans for a traditional nominating event.