July 11, 2016: Republican National Convention Committee on Resolutions convenes
July 12, 2016: Republican National Convention Committee on Resolutions convenes
July 14, 2016: Republican Convention Rules Committee convenes
July 15, 2016: Republican Convention Rules Committee convenes
July 18, 2016: 2016 Republican National Convention, Day 1
July 19, 2016: 2016 Republican National Convention, Day 2
July 20, 2016: 2016 Republican National Convention, Day 3
July 21, 2016: 2016 Republican National Convention, Day 4
List of Confirmed Speakers

July 11, 2016: Republican National Convention Committee on Resolutions convenes

Every four years, the Republican National Convention Committee on Resolutions, or more commonly referred to as the Platform Committee, convenes to craft a platform that outlines and encapsulates the Republican Party’s positions and policies for upcoming general elections which theoretically reflects the will of party members. From the 1,194-word first platform in 1860 which paved the way for the election of Abraham Lincoln, the party platform has grown to a 31,352-word behemoth in the 2012 edition. It is expected to be even longer this cycle.

For 2016, the committee consists of 112 members, comprising of one man and one woman from every state and territory. It is headed by Chairman John Barrasso, a two-term Senator for Wyoming and the fourth-ranking Republican in the Senate, and assisted by two Co-Chairs - Governor Mary Fallin of Oklahoma and the representative from North Carolina, Congresswoman Virginia Foxx. The committee also includes four non-voting staff members: Ben Key (Executive Director), William Gribbin (Editor), Andrew Bremberg (Policy Director) and Mary Salvi (Executive Assistant).

It is important to note that party platforms are not legally binding, and occasionally conflicts with the political positions of presidential nominees. However, symbolically, platforms are powerful documents that enable the party to present a unified policy front during conventions.

July 12, 2016: Republican National Convention Committee on Resolutions convenes

On Tuesday evening, the Platform Committee concluded its deliberations at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland. The draft platform will be submitted to the convention floor for voting on July 19, the second day of the event. The New York Times has obtained a copy of the draft platform and concluded that it is “a staunchly conservative platform.”

In a joint statement with the RNC, Committee Chairman Sen. Barrasso said that the platform “reaffirm the principles that unite us all: American exceptionalism, the Constitution, and the importance of limiting the burden of government.”

July 14, 2016: Republican Convention Rules Committee convenes

In 2012, the Republican Convention Rules Committee played a pivotal role in preventing former Texas Congressman Ron Paul from being included in the ballot for presidential nomination at the convention by enacting Rule 40 (b) which stipulates that any candidate must win at least 50% of the votes in eight primaries or caucuses.

All eyes will once again be on the powerful Rules Committee as it convenes on Thursday morning. While most are confident that no major motions for rules changes will be approved, Christian school teacher Kendall Unruh, the leader of the #NeverTrump movement, will nevertheless try to pass a motion to permit delegates at the convention to vote with their ‘conscience’ instead of the candidate to whom they are bound to. Even if she fails to obtain a majority, Ms. Unruh can still push her motion for voting at the convention floor as a “minority report” if she is able to obtain the support of at least 28 of the 112 members of the committee. Ms. Unruh has been on record stating that the movement has the support of about 1,400 convention delegates, so passing such a motion will represent a huge victory for the #NeverTrump movement.

July 15, 2016: Republican Convention Rules Committee convenes

Ms. Kendall Unruh’s attempt to push through the motion to allow delegates to vote with their conscience has failed after only obtaining support from 12 of 112 committee members – just seven short of the required number.

The committee has also reportedly reject two other proposals – curtailing the RNC’s authority in amending party rules between conventions and prohibiting RNC members from working as political consultants or lobbyists. However, the committee approved a proposal to create an independent commission to manage the party’s presidential nomination mechanism.

The #NeverTrump forces might have been beaten, but they are not out of the game yet – even after dismissive tweet from Mr. Trump.

Speaking to the press, movement leader Kendal Unruh vows to bring the fight to the convention proper. “If they thought they were going to have the nice, unified kumbaya show, they just completely guaranteed they’re not going to have it.”

However, their task has been made almost impossible after delegates aligned to Mr. Trump successfully pushed through a motion that delegates’ votes are bound to primary results.

In other news, the New England delegation has been awarded the best seats in the house for the duration of the convention. Reports suggest that delegates from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have been given front row seats for the event. Delegates from Colorado, Washington, Washington D.C and Wyoming, on the other hand, are likely to be seated as far away from the podium as possible – possibly due to the high number of #NeverTrump delegates in the respective states’ delegations.

Monday, July 18, 2016: Republican Convention Day 1

Monday’s Theme: Make America Safe Again

2016 Republican National Convention Recap of Day 1, Monday, July 18, 2016

The 2016 Republican National Convention began with an inauspicious start on Monday afternoon when delegates from six states tried to instigate a rebellion against presumptive nominee Donald J. Trump by forcing a roll call vote.

However, their chants of “roll call vote” were quickly drowned out by the rest of the delegates on the convention floor with chants of “USA! USA! USA!” The anti-Trump coalition, which had already lost three states after a coordinated Paul Manafort-led pressure earlier in the day, saw their hopes extinguished when acting convention chairman, Rep. Steve Womack of Arkansas, called for a voice vote to be held. The loud ‘Nos’ in the resulting voice vote were enough to convince Rep. Womack to pound his gavel and deny the motion. He later explained that the motion could only be passed with the support of at least seven state delegations.

Senator Mike Lee of Utah, one of the leaders of the #NeverTrump movement, was exasperated by the turn of events. “This is surreal,” he said, before adding “I mean, the chair walked off the stage. He completely abandoned his post.”

Conservative writer Erick Erickson claimed that the secretary of the convention, Susie Hudson, even went into hiding to avoid receiving more state petitions, while delegates from Iowa was threatened with removal from its first in the nation primary status.

However, unity was soon restored following speeches by Mark Geist and John Tiegen, the security contractors who were present during the Benghazi attack. Pat Smith, mother of the late Sean Smith, the consulate Information Management Officer who was killed during the attack, also delivered a powerful speech amidst passionate cries of “Lock her up!” from the crowd.
"I blame Hillary Clinton personally for the death of my son." – Pat Smith
The stars of the night though was former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (R) and of course, Melania Trump, who sent the crowd into frenzy with her graceful and reasoned argument as to why her husband, Donald Trump, deserves to be elected to the White House. The Quicken Loans Arena nearly fell apart at the seams when Mr. Trump walked up to the stage like a rock star through a haze of smoke to introduce his wife. Ms. Melania Trump's speech and full transcript
“Donald gets things done.” - Melania Trump
Mayor Giuliani, who received the best speaking time of the day, used his prime time slot to great effect as he roused the crowd with a fiery speech in defense of Mr. Trump’s character, law enforcement officials and race equality in the United States.
“This is a man with a big heart. Every time New York suffered a tragedy, Donald Trump was there to help." – Rudy Giuliani
“We’re saying that because if I, a guy who knows this business — if I did a tenth of what she did, I’d be in jail today,” – General Michael Flynn
TV legend Scott Baio also drew some loud cheers from the crowd with his take on what it means to be an American.
“But for your first time voters, it’s important for you to know what it means to be an American. It doesn’t mean getting free stuff. It means sacrificing, winning, losing, failing, succeeding, and sometimes doing the thing you don’t want to do, including the hard work in order to get where you want to be. And that’s what it means to be an American.” – Scott Baio

Monday, July 18th, 2016 Republican Convention Speeches

Scott Baio , actor and producer
Jason Beardsley , Operations Army vet, entrepreneur and adviser to Concerned Veterans for America
David A. Clarke Jr. , Sheriff of Milwaukee County
Tom Cotton , Arkansas Senator
Sean Duffy , U.S. Representative for Wisconsin’s 7th District
Sabine Durden , mother of Dominic Durden, who was killed after being hit by a truck driven by unlicensed, uninsured, and unregistered illegal immigrant
Joni Ernst , the first female U.S. Senator from Iowa and the first female combat vet in the Senate
Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn , U.S. Army (Retired), former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency
Mark Geist , Member of Benghazi Annex Security Team and Co-Author of 13 Hours
Rudy Giuliani , Former Mayor of New York City
Darryl Glenn , El Paso County Commissioner and GOP nominee for the U.S. Senate
Marcus Luttrell , U.S. Navy SEAL (Retired)
Michael McCaul , six-term U.S. Representative from Texas and Chair of the U.S. House Homeland Security Committee
Mary Ann Mendoza , mother of Mesa County Police Sergeant Brandon Mendoza, who was killed when a car driven by a drunk illegal crashed into his
Rick Perry , former Governor of Texas
Willie Robertson , star of A&E’s hit cable show Duck Dynasty
Antonio Sabato, Jr. , actor and model
Jeff Sessions , U.S. Senator from Alabama, members of the Armed Services, Budget and Judiciary Committees, and the first Senator to endorse Mr.Trump
Jamiel Shaw , father to 17-year-old Jamiel Shaw Jr., who was killed by an undocumented immigrant
Pat Smith , mother of the late Sean Smith, information Management Officer, United States Foreign Service
Kent Terry and Kelly Terry-Willis , brothers to border patrol agent Brian Terry who was killed by Mexican drug dealers
John Tiegen , Member of Benghazi Annex Security Team Security and Military Consultant
Melania Trump , Wife of Donald Trump and Entrepreneur
Karen Vaughn , mother of U.S. Navy SEAL Aaron Carson Vaughn (SEAL Team VI), who was killed in the line of duty in Afghanistan
Ryan Zinke , U.S. Representative for Montana and former Navy SEAL

Tuesday, July 19, 2016: Republican Convention Day 2

Tuesday’s Theme: Make America Work Again

Following a less than stellar first day of the Republican National Convention, there was a lot riding on the convention’s second day. However, as Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus ended the convention on Tuesday night, one would be hard-pressed to find anyone who would disagree that Day 2 was such a marked improvement compared to Day 1. From the foam Christmas tree hats worm by Washington delegates to the smooth music of the RNC House Band and the playful banter between delegates from Kansas and Missouri over who held the bragging rights for World Series champions the Kansas City Royals, Day 2 was a day of sights, sounds, laughter, emotions and facts. The day started with a formal state-by-state roll call vote for Donald Trump’s nomination, and amidst the colorful, varied and diverse scenes, Mr. Trump officially crossed the 1,237 delegates required to seal the nomination, aptly, with the New York delegation which his four children were part of. The result was validated at about 8.10 p.m. when the gavel was struck by Convention Chairman and Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan.
“It is my honor to be able to throw Donald Trump over the top in the delegate count tonight. Congratulations, Dad, we love you!” - Donald Trump Jr.
“Donald J. 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,” - Paul Ryan
Even former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, fired by Mr. Trump in June, got in behind the latter when he announced the votes for New Hampshire an hour earlier. This comes after news emerged that he unexpectedly joined the Illinois delegation for a private breakfast at their hotel on Tuesday morning to speak on behalf of Mr. Trump. The previously nervous delegates reportedly gave Mr. Lewandowski a standing ovation after his 20-minute talk.
“It is my pleasure tonight to read the votes on behalf of the people of New Hampshire. Two votes for Marco Rubio, three votes for Jeb Bush, three votes for Ted Cruz, four votes for John Kasich and eleven votes for my friend, and the next President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.” - Corey Lewandowski
Ryan, arguably the best public speaker in the Republican Party today, returned to give a very cool, strategic and largely positive speech a short while afterwards which centered on the themes of unity and conservative governance.
“It still comes down to a contest of ideas, which is really good news, ladies and gentlemen, because when it's about ideas the advantage goes to us.” – Paul Ryan
The attention then turned to Hillary Clinton, as speaker after speaker laid out arguments on why she is unqualified for the presidency. Even Mitch McConnell, who received a few boos at the start of his speech, eventually galvanized the audience with his case against Hillary. The most fiery speech of the night was made the Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, who whipped the crowd into frenzy with his ‘public trial’ of Secretary Clinton’s record in office.
“She doesn't fight for us. She doesn't get the real threats America faces.” – Chris Christie
However, all things considered, the three most effective speeches of the night – speeches that will sway fence-sitters – was those delivered by the lovely pro-golfer Natalie Gulbis, Mr. Trump’s youngest daughter Tiffany and Kerry Woolard, the General Manager of Trump Winery. Ms. Gulbis’ speech highlighted Mr. Trump’s charitable instinct and his help in setting up the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada; Ms. Tiffany Trump’s speech revealed the loving and doting side of Mr. Trump; Ms. Woolard’s speech demonstrated Mr. Trump’s incredible business acumen in turning around a winery under receivership into the biggest in Virginia.
“I still keep all of my report cards, some dating back to kindergarten, because I like to look back and see the sweet notes he wrote on each and every one of them.” – Tiffany Trump
Donald Trump Jr. also delivered an impressive speech. He was confident and engaging, and spoke like an accomplished politician, which will undoubtedly raise whispers of a future political career.

Tuesday, July 19th, 2016 Republican Convention Speeches

Kimberlin Brown , actress and entrepreneur
Dr. Ben Carson , retired neurosurgeon
Chris Christie , Governor of New Jersey
Chris Cox , Executive Director of NRA Institute for Legislative Action
Sharon Day , Co-Chair of the Republican National Committee and 20-year party veteran
Natalie Gulbis , pro-golfer and star on the LPGA tour
Asa Hutchinson , Governor of Arkansas
Ron Johnson , U.S. Senator from Wisconsin and entrepreneur
Kevin McCarthy , U.S. House Majority Leader and U.S Representative from California
Mitch McConnell , Senate Majority Leader (R-Ky.)
Shelley Moore Capito , first female U.S. Senator from West Virginia
Michael B. Mukasey , Former U.S. Attorney General and District Court and Chief Judge for the Southern District of New York
Leslie Rutledge , the first female Arkansas Attorney General
Paul Ryan , U.S. Speaker of the House, U.S. Representative for Wisconsin and permanent chairman of the 2016 Republican National Convention
Sajid Tarar , Pakistani immigrant and founder of American Muslims for Trump
Tiffany Trump , daughter of Donald Trump
Donald Trump, Jr. , eldest son of Donald Trump and Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization
Dana White , President of Ultimate Fighting Championship
Andy Wist , founded Standard Waterproofing Company, a Bronx-based roofing, waterproofing, and restoration companies in New York City
Kerry Woolard , General Manager, Trump Winery

Wednesday, July 20, 2016: Republican Convention Day 3

Theme: Make America First Again

There were strong fears that the 2016 Republican National Convention might experience massive, disruptive protests reminiscent to what was seen during the 2004 convention in New York. However, law enforcement officials and city planners appeared to have done an excellent job in managing protest activities. So much so, the first real skirmish (and a relatively small one at that) only occurred on the third day of the convention when flag-burning protesters outside the Quickens Loan Arena were confronted by the police with mace. Two officers were reportedly slightly injured during the scuffle, and at least 18 protesters were subsequently arrested. Several members of Bikers 4 Trump, who were present in Cleveland to lend their support to Donald Trump (reportedly a 1,000), earned plenty of goodwill when they tried to help by bringing fire extinguishers to the scene. Mr. Trump, who arrived in Cleveland earlier in the day by helicopter, entered into the arena without incident. Inside the venue, the convention took off where it ended the previous evening with the delegates chanting "Lock her up!” However, the proceedings took a sharp turn for the worse during Senator Ted Cruz’s speech. After months of agonizing “will he or won’t he” speculations that rivaled that of Rachel and Ross (that’s a Friends reference, young millennials), Sen. Cruz remained defiant to the end and refused to endorse Mr. Trump. His speech started well enough, and even got the expectant crowd excited. However, as the minutes go by, the crowd began to jeer at the Texas senator as they sensed that he will not endorse the party’s nominee. In fact, Mr. Cruz did not refer to Mr. Trump by name even once during his speech, which was drowned out by chants of “Trump, Trump, Trump!” towards the final moments. Questions will definitely be asked why Sen. Cruz was given a speaking lot without an ironclad endorsement guarantee. Some on the social media are even calling his speech as an act of sabotage.
“America is more than just a land mass between two oceans. America is an idea, a simple yet powerful idea - freedom matters.” – Ted Cruz
Eric Trump came to the rescue when he took the stage next, which coincided with Mr. Trump’ entry into the convention hall. However, despite the standing ovation at the end of his speech, it took the former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, to restore the mood of the delegates on the convention floor.
"Dad, you are my hero, you are my best friend, you are the next president of the United States." – Eric Trump
"So tonight, the challenge for everyone in this hall, and everyone - Republican, Democrat, or Independent - who is watching at home and knows we cannot continue on our current course... is to rise above our factions, and rise above the politics we've inherited; to ignore the lies of the news media and the old order; to reject the suicidal dishonesty of Hillary Clinton and her establishment allies; and to be proud to stand with Donald Trump and Mike Pence for what we know is true.” – Newt Gingrich
Indiana governor and Mr. Trump’s running mate, whom Speaker of the House Paul Ryan described as “a man of faith, a man of conviction, and a man you can trust,” took to the stage next as he formally accepted the party’s nomination as vice president.
“Donald Trump gets it. He’s the genuine article. He’s a doer in a game usually reserved for talkers. And when Donald Trump does his talking, he doesn’t tiptoe around the thousand new rules of political correctness. He’s his own man, distinctly American. Where else would an independent spirit like his find a following than in the land of the free and the home of the brave?” – Mike Pence
The convention will resume for the fourth and final day tomorrow under the theme of Make America One Again.


Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 Republican Convention Speeches

Ralph Alvarado, Jr. , State Senator for Kentucky and Physician
Pam Bondi , Florida Attorney General
Eileen Collins , retired astronaut
Ted Cruz , Senator from Texas
Newt Gingrich , former Speaker of the House
Harold Hamm , CEO and founder of Continental Resources, one of the largest oil producers in the country, shale oil pioneer and 39th richest person in United States
Laura Ingraham , former attorney and host of the Laura Ingraham Show
Lynne Patton , Vice President of the Eric Trump Foundation
Mike Pence , Governor for Indiana and nominee for Vice President
Marco Rubio , U.S. Senator from Florida
Phil Ruffin , hotelier and owner of Treasure Island Hotel and Casino
Darrell Scott , Pastor at the New Spirit Revival Center Ministries
Eric Trump , son of Donald Trump and Executive Vice President of The Trump Organization
Michelle Van Etten , entrepreneur
Scott Walker , Governor of Wisconsin

Thursday, July 21, 2016: Republican Convention Day 4

Theme: Make America One Again

Before we do a recap of the fourth and final day of the 2016 Republican National Convention, can we just first acknowledge how hella good (see, we can be hip too) the G.E. Smith-led house band has been at the convention? Their covers of AC/DC’s You Shook Me All Night Long and The Beatles’ Eight Days A Week, in particular, were great.

Cleveland’s law enforcement officials, Board of Control and Cleveland 2016 Host Committee, Inc. also deserve plenty of pats on the shoulders for their excellent organization of protesters in the city over the past week. Considering the numerous scraps seen throughout the primary season, there were unspoken concerns that the convention will be overshadowed by events outside the Quickens Loan Arena. In the end, the convention will be remembered as one of the smoothest managed ever.

Inside the conventional hall, the evening’s proceedings began with a nod towards Donald Trump’s evangelical base with Pastors Tony Perkins, Jerry Falwell Jr. and Mark Burns taking up three of the first four speaking slots to expound on the party’s core values.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, NFL legend Fran Tarkenton, motivational speakers Brock Mealer, basketball coach Bobby Knight, Rep. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma, Dr. Lisa Shin of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, and RNC chairman Reince Priebus then took turns to prime the crowd for the keynote address that everyone was waiting for.

However, before that, the convention hall was treated to two powerful and effective speeches by billionaire businessmen Peter Thiel and Tom Barrack that probably swayed quite a number of undecided voters for Mr. Trump. Mr. Thiel also memorably became the first person to include sexual orientation in a Republican convention speech.

“I am proud to be gay. I am proud to be a Republican. But most of all I am proud to be an American. I don't pretend to agree with every plank in our party's platform. But fake culture wars only distract us from our economic decline.” – Peter Thiel
“I have nothing negative to say about Hillary - I only have amazing things to say about Donald.” – Tom Barrack
The lovely Ivanka Trump took the stage next with a very strategic speech designed to appeal to women voters – although she did cause a few moments of anxiety to an audience still fresh from the Ted Cruz drama of Day 3 when she claimed to be neither Republican nor Democrat. However, her obvious love and admiration for her father soon won the crowd over, and the stage was finally set for Mr. Trump.
“I do not consider myself categorically Republican or Democrat. More than party affiliation, I vote based on what I believe is right for my family and my country.” – Ivanka Trump
“Real change, the kind we have not seen in decades, is only going to come from outside the system, and it's only going to come from a man who has spent his entire life doing what others said could not be done.” – Ivanka Trump

Mr. Trump’s 1 hour and 16 minutes speech, which is the longest presidential nomination acceptance speech in the country’s history, was a masterful blend of facts and emotional appeal. He outlined his case with specifics on crime, unemployment, trade deficit, foreign policy and immigration. He painted a picture of the depressing current reality, and contrasted it with his triumphant vision of the future.

If Mr. Trump was aiming for a powerful post-convention bounce with his speech, then he is definitely going to be pleasantly surprised by the polls over the next week. By the end of his speech, no one present in the Quickens Loan Arena will doubt that he will Make America Great Again – just like the late Ronald Reagan did during his two terms in office. Incidentally, Mr. Reagan also used the same slogan in his successful run for the White House in 1980.

“Every day I wake up determined to deliver for the people I have met all across this nation that have been neglected, ignored, and abandoned.” – Donald Trump
“I have embraced crying mothers who have lost their children because our politicians put their personal agendas before the national good. I have no patience for injustice, no tolerance for government incompetence, no sympathy for leaders who fail their citizens.” – Donald Trump
After Mr. Trump has concluded his speech, he was joined on stage by his family, and his running mate, Gov. Mike Pence (and his family) as the sky opened up and 125,000 balloons and confetti rained down on the delegates. Outside of the arena, the people of Cleveland were treated to a beautiful fireworks display that lighted up the night sky. Donald Trump and the Republican Party are now primed and ready for the general election this November.


Thursday, July 21st, 2016 Republican Convention Speeches

Joe Arpaio , Sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona
Tom Barrack , CEO of Colony Capital
Marsha Blackburn , U.S Representative from Tennessee
Mark Burns , Pastor, The Harvest Praise & Worship Center
Mary Fallin , Governor of Oklahoma
Jerry Falwell, Jr. , Liberty University president and evangelist
Brock Mealer , motivational speaker
Tony Perkins , President of the Family Research Council
Reince Priebus , RNC Chairman
Dr. Lisa Shin , member of National Diversity Coalition for Trump and principal at the Los Alamos Family Eyecare in New Mexico
Fran Tarkenton , Legendary quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings & New York Giants
Peter Thiel , billionaire venture capitalist and hedge fund manager
Ivanka Trump , daughter of Donald Trump and executive vice president at the Trump Organization
Donald J. Trump , nominee for President


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Monday, July 18, 2016  |  Make America Safe Again

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Thursday, July 21, 2016  |  Make America One Again

 Republican Convention Speeches
Ralph Alvarado, Jr.
Joe Arpaio
Scott Baio
Tom Barrack
Jason Beardsley
Marsha Blackburn
Pam Bondi
Kimberlin Brown
Mark Burns
Dr. Ben Carson
Chris Christie
David A. Clarke Jr.
Eileen Collins
Tom Cotton
Chris Cox
Ted Cruz
Sharon Day
Sean Duffy
Sabine Durden
Joni Ernst
Mary Fallin
Jerry Falwell, Jr.
Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn
Mark Geist
Newt Gingrich
Rudy Giuliani
Darryl Glenn
Natalie Gulbis
Harold Hamm
Asa Hutchinson
Laura Ingraham
Ron Johnson
Marcus Luttrell
Kevin McCarthy
Michael McCaul
Mitch McConnell
Brock Mealer
Mary Ann Mendoza
Shelley Moore Capito
Michael B. Mukasey
Lynne Patton
Mike Pence
Tony Perkins
Rick Perry
Reince Priebus
Willie Robertson
Marco Rubio
Phil Ruffin
Leslie Rutledge
Paul Ryan
Antonio Sabato, Jr.
Darrell Scott
Jeff Sessions
Jamiel Shaw
Dr. Lisa Shin
Pat Smith
Sajid Tarar
Fran Tarkenton
Kent Terry and Kelly Terry-Willis
Peter Thiel
John Tiegen
Melania Trump
Eric Trump
Tiffany Trump
Donald Trump, Jr.
Ivanka Trump
Donald J. Trump
Michelle Van Etten
Karen Vaughn
Scott Walker
Dana White
Andy Wist
Kerry Woolard
Ryan Zinke
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