Trump delivers acceptance speech at Republican convention


US President Donald Trump delivers a speech in acceptance of his renomination to a second term from the White House on Thursday, the fourth and final day of the Republican National Convention

President Donald Trump’s campaign on Sunday announced its roster of speakers for this week’s Republican National Convention, a four-day event that will conclude with the president accepting the nomination on Thursday night from the White House.

The list of more than 70 people includes a mix of Washington politicians, White House and campaign staff, the president’s family members and others. Jason Miller, a Trump campaign adviser, said America would see “a very optimistic and upbeat convention” from Trump and his Republican, independent and Democratic allies.

“One of the things you’re going to see this week is a complete change in the perception that I believe that the media tries to tell about what a Trump supporter looks like or who a Trump supporter is,” he told NBC’s Chuck Todd on “Meet the Press.” “We’re going to talk about the American story, about all the accomplishments that we’ve had over the last four years with President Trump and what the president’s second-term vision is going to look like.”

Thursday’s line-up is expected to include President Donald J. Trump, The Honorable Ben Carson, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR), House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA-23), Representative Jeff Van Drew (NJ-02), The Honorable Ivanka Trump, The Honorable Ja’Ron Smith, Ann Dorn, Debbie Flood, Rudy Giuliani, Franklin Graham, Alice Johnson, Wade Mayfield, Carl and Marsha Mueller and Dana White.

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