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Republicans Officially Nominate Donald Trump For President

Trump's son, Donald Jr., cast his state's 89 delegates for his father as the Quicken Loans Arena erupted in cheers and the convention band began playing "New York, New York."
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Melania Trump Echoes Michelle Obama In Convention Speech

The Trump campaign is dismissing the plagiarism controversy surrounding Melania Trump's convention speech.
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Vendors Selling Trump Merchandise Line Streets Of Cleveland

The streets of Cleveland are full of vendors selling Trump hats and t-shirts. NPR looks into whether the vendors are committed fans of the presumptive GOP nominee or just trying to make a buck.
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Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson To Deliver Message Of Unity At Convention

NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, on the second day of the Republican National Convention.
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GOP Delegates Prepare To Seal The Deal For Donald Trump

On day two of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, delegates will officially name Donald Trump as their nominee for president.
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Ohio Republicans Respond To Melania Trump's Convention Speech

NPR's Robert Siegel gages reaction to Melania Trump's Monday night speech at the Republican National Convention.
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GOP Convention Day 2 Devoted To 'Make America Work Again' Theme

Day two of the Republican National Convention is devoted to the theme of "Making America Work Again." Donald Trump will also be officially named the nominee Tuesday night.
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Ohio Delegation Breakfast Focuses On GOP Platform, Avoids Trump

NPR's Robert Siegel sets the scene on the first day of the Republican National Convention by speaking to various people at an Ohio delegation breakfast.
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A Brief History Of Politicians Lifting Words From Other Sources

Melania Trump isn't the only political figure who has given a speech that matched another person's words a little too closely. This is a short list.
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Trump Campaign Says Melania Trump's Words Were Her Own

Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort says there's nothing to apologize for in Melania Trump's Monday night convention address, which closely mirrored passages of a 2008 Michelle Obama speech.

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