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>> an unbelievable evening. today has been a very special day. that's something i will ner ever forget. i am so proud to be your nominee as president of the united states. >> over the top. donald trump officially becoming the 2016 republican nominee for
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president. >> his own done donald trump junior casting the deciding vote to secure his father's nomination. >> it is my honor to be able to throw donald trump over the top in the delegate count tonight with 89 delegates. con groot layings congratulatio. we love you. >> you are watching "fox & friends first" on this historic day. >> i am abby hunts ban. >> i am heather childers. thank you for sticking with us. the stage is set for moanother g night tonight. the theme, make america first again as we take a live look at cleveland. >> donald trump junior praising his father as the only choice for president. >> whether it is teaching his granddaughter to swing a golf club or tackling the toughest
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situations he has always been committed. that's why the person who has never run for office before stood on the stage months ago in this arena with 16 professional politicians. this week that same man will stand before you as our party's nominee for the president of the united states of america. we didn't learn from mba's we learned for people who had doctorates in common sense p. it's why we are the only children of billionaires and comfort as we are in our own cars. when we are elected we will have done all that, we will have made america great again, greater than ever before. >> my father is good with advice as you might guess. he keep it is short and the take away is usually the same to help us find our own way. if you do what you love, hold nothing back and never let fear or failure get in the way then you pretty much figured out the
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trump formula. >> the next time there's a state of the union address i don't know where joe biden or barack obama will be but you will find me right there with mike pence and donald trump. let them make more case of more government. control over our lives, more taxes to pay, more rules to follow more judges that make it up as they go along. they are offering another obama term brought to you by another clinton. we in this party are for a better way for our country. watch the democratic party convention next week. you can get through a few days of it with a little help from the mute button. but four more years of it? not a chance. look, the obama years are almost over. the clinton years are way over. 2016 is the year america moves on. let's see this thing through. let's win this thing. let's show america our best and
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nothing less. >> this is a nation where every coin in our pocket and every bill in our wallet says in god we trust. so are we willing to elect someone as president who has as their role model somebody who acknowledges lucifer? >> as for hillary clinton the charge of putting herself ahead of america guilty or not guilty? >> chanting) >> let's face the facts hillary clinton cared more about protecting her own secrets than she did about protecting america's secrets. then she lied about it over and over and over again. she fights for the wrong people. she never fights for us. >> it is time to come together and make sure that donald trump is the next president of the
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united states. >> let's bring in our political panel live from cleveland. thank you both for getting up early or sticking around with us, actually. you were with us last hour well. good morning. >> good morning. >> of course the scene was make america work again. kathy, whose speech worked the best? >> as abby said, a star was born. more importantly a political dynasty may have been born. donald j. trump junior knocked it out of the park. what he did was remarkable. 47 percent of the country thinks we are going in the wrong direction. half of our country. our economic equation is broken. he painted his father as a decisive, action oriented leader
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who could fix that economic equation. then he went on to do something more important. he gave what may have been the most remarkable important policy speech of his generation. he did it by making his success and trump's success relatable and offering conservative policy prescriptions in order to help voters feel they could achieve that success, too. he did it by talking about school choice and about less regulation and about judges. it makes it relatable for people who we haven't gone and seen the republican party yet so far. it was a historic, magical speech. >> one thing is how close the trump family is. if you are hillary clinton and her camp what would concern you the most after watching last night? >> i would agree it was that speech from donald trump junior which was the break out performance of the night. aside from what we were
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expecting which is sort of causey family stuff, i love my dad and he has been so great for us which is what you anticipate from children of the candidate. there was a move toward a political and policy based speech that was unexpected for a number of us and was very strong. this was a man speaking my language as a conservative republican. there was one other thing he did that really impressed me. when you are the child of a billionaire and one of the biggest celebrities on the planet, it can be difficult occasionally, i would image, i wouldn't know, but to relate to average people. what donald trump, junior was able to do in my view from the stage last night was to recognize and acknowledge his extraordinary privilege in life, but he did it without apologizing for it but also without flaunting it in an obnoxious way. yes, we are super rich, yes, we are billionaires but we don't apologize for it. here's how we can still
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understand what you guys are feeling and experiencing out in america. that is a tough needle to thread and he did it. >> something romney struggled to do, heather. >> that's the line i keep trying to find in his speech, but i think he must have ad libbed it. something about his privileged education, but at the same time driving a caterpillar for his dad on these different work sites. >> learning from people like his mom. >> that's right. he talked about learning from people who have a doctor at in common sense. it was a really brilliant line he used. very lee ateable, something all voters can understand. >> also heard from chris christie as well campaigning for attorney general. >> thank you both for being here. >> sure thing. >> thanks so much. >> things are wrapping up in cleave p land. the tone today propelling america toward becoming the world's super power. >> some of the biggest mainames ready to hammer hillary clinton
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and her allies in the white house for eight years of poor leadership. >> peter doocy is live on the convention there are. >> good morning heather and abby. later on tonight the man who could soon be vice president, indiana governor mike pence could be here to accept his party's nomination. last night in an event in cleveland he gave us a preview of what he may talk about. >> we will work every day between now and six months from tomorrow that on that day donald trump will raise his hand as the 45th president of the united states of america, and he and we will make america great again. >> tonight's theme make america first again, the rnc explains this, unfortunately years of
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that policy and pour leadership weakened the administration. it will once again can a beacon of progress and opportunity. others set to appear on stage tonight, donald trump's son newt gingrich said to be a contender until the last minute marcond tr made up a majority of the delegates who tried and failed to make the rules, denied the trump nomination and failed to stage a floor revolt yesterday. they called ted cruz lyin' ted and he still has not endorsed the candidate. he is going to speak tonight. should be good. >> we will see if he does that. >> thanks, peter. >> the time is 10 minutes after the hour. the theme of night 2, make
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america work again. >> he will make trade deals benefit of working men and women in their families right here in america. >> what does a trump economy look like and will it get americans back to work. stick with us.
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ed>> welcome back. "make america work again. it was the theme focusing on boosting jobs and the economy. what exactly is donald trump's plan and will it really get americans working again? hear to break it all down financial analyst morgan ortega. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. hello from cleveland. >> can you break down some of the elements of donald trump's economic plan and will it work?
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>> what we talked about earlier was really bringing confidence back to the u.s. economy. trump did release a tax plan during the primary. he said he is going to release the new tax plan. he hasn't received the plan. he talked about lowering the corporate tax. that is something that changed from the party platform agreed on lowering the corporate tax cutting this rate shth cutting the overall rate, cutting rates to zero, but really what fundamentally matters is ceo's and business owners and workers around the country are still confident. she gave the word, spoke of the word uncertainty over 20 times.
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it is in our economic and business and politics and in the state of our country right now there's a sense of uncertainty. there's what has to be changed the next president. >> that's why this election cyc cycle there are folks wanting to hear the specifics. how much will he make his speech about that and about a tax plan? >> well, i certainly hope that he brings it up. i think that we have it. his son gave a very effective speech on the economy. paul ryan hit on a lot of the same things talking about social security. i am a millennial. i don't think there's anybody in my generation that can count on the ponzi scheme at this moment in time social security. you can't rely on it.
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when you look at the amount of interest you have to opinicontio pay on the debt. it will fund the defense department and department of homeland security. there are major, major issues that the next president is going to have to tackle. i feel like we have talked about ever ril election. talked about social security and the debt. i hope it is something they add dress. >> 53 percent to 41 percent say he is better for the economy. >> he said that's an issue most people care about the most. thank you for being with us. >> thanks for having me. >> 20 minutes after the hour. paul ryan calling for party unity. >> we unify this party. let's win this thing. let's show america our best and nothing less. >> will the gop come together? find out what the voters thought
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>> welcome back. last night you saw some over the top performances by some of the party's biggest stars ar donald trump wins the gop nomination. >> we have pollster of mazlanski and partners. >> happy to be here. >> we are going to start with paul ryan and where he asked to unify the party. >> so what do you say? is what do you say? what do you say we unify this party? what do you say we unify this party at this crucial moment
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when unity and everything? let's take our fight with better ideas. let's give them the offensive and let's stay there. let's compete in every part of america turn on the polls like every vote matters. fellow republicans what we have begun here, let's see this thing through. let's win this thing. let's show america our best and nothing less. >> nothing less. >> they gave it an a. this was the moment of paul ryan's speech. a lot of it was ho hum. this message of unity did an amazing job of rallying the crowds. >> chris christie spoke as well at one point saying hillary
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clinton's career disqualifies her. >> we cannot promote someone as commander-in-chief move who made the world more violent as commander-in-chief with every bad judgment she has made. we can't make the chief law enforcer of the united states she lied to the american people and lied d it day after day after day. here it is. we didn't just disqualify hillary clinton to be president of the united states, the facts of her life and career disqualified her. >> the democrats hated this moment. >> it is not surprising. it is a complete attack against hillary clinton the whole speech was. republicans loved it. independents were along b minus. we saw democrats as high as republicans. this is an effective argument he
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was making. it was very much like he was using that experience. it was effective for the people he wanted to target. he is not going to bring democrats to his side. >> if democrats thought that was bad chris christie was not done yet. he went on about clinton saying she is obama with less charm and more lies. >> we do not need to settle for less in this election. we cannot reward inxi dencompet and deceit. we need to demand more than what hillary clinton offers for america. we know what four years of hillary clinton will bring. all of the failures of the obama years but with less charm and more lies. >> a failing grade from
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democrats. >> you couldn't see them because they were so high. independents were right in the middle. they did say it was a very effective attack but he should have been shorter in his speech. if he cut half of it out and more targeted he would have been just as effective and pomore powerful. here is donald trump saying we are going to win the state of ohio. >> we are going to win the state of ohio. also of course we are going to win the presidency and bring real change and leadership back to washington. this is going to be leadership by the way that puts the american people first. we are going to bring back our jobs. we are going to rebuild our depleted military and take care of our great veterans. we are going to have strong borders. we are going to get rid of isis and we are going to restore law
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and order. we have to restore and quickly, law and order among many. just so many other things. >> another big f by the democrats on this one. >> another big f by the democrats. independents in the middle gave it a c, b minus. republicans gave it an a. this is the core message that is consistent what people want to hear from donald trump. the voters want to hear something new. they are looking forward to hearing a new and different side and maybe more plans from donald trump. this is his core message. >> it is interesting to see how people respond in that moem mevenlt>> the time is 26 minutes after the top of the hour. another big night at the rnc. donald trump locking up the party's nomination. >> continuing coverage with
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>> an unbelievable evening. today has been a very, very special day. i will never forget it. it is something i will never, ever forget. i am so proud to be your nominee for president of the united states. >> over the top. donald trump now officially the 2016 republican nominee for president. >> his oldest son donald trump junior quickly stealing the show with a rousing speech lacing into hillary clinton and praising his father as the only choice for president. >> i know when my father says he can fix the country, he means it. we will not accept the current state of our country because it is too hard to change. that is not the america i know. we are going to put americans
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first, all that personi can only be my mentor, my best friend, my father, donald trump. >> it is wednesday, july 20th, 2016. i am heather childers. >> i am abby hunt man. the stage is set for night 3, the theme make america first again. >> less than 12-hours ago it was make america work again. the speakers taking direct aim at donald trump's rival hillary clinton. >> desperate for cash she promised to oppose the buy american provision in the bill in exchange for cash to finance a huge expansion of federal government spending. hillary clinton putting big government spending by the chinese ahead of working class americans.
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>> they work tirelessly to power america. west virginia workers are the backbone of this economy and hillary clinton is promising to put them out of work. >> she will continue with a system that denigrates the education of our young people, put them in a place where they are never going to be able to get a job. >> a career washington insider who only knows how to use your tax dollars for more government jobs. >> we will put coal miners and oil drillers back to work. not target them for extinction as hillary has promised. >> she will tloefr ry obstacle in the path of reliable affordable energy produced in america by americans. hillary clinton is a risk americans can't afford to take. >> will this strategy work?
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>> democratic ohio state senator and gop strategist and chairman of go pack david avela. good morning to both of you. >> chris christie spoke last night. probably was the hardest on hillary clinton. we have heard everyone mention her name in speeches. how hard is that going to be for her? >> chris christie did no favor with potentially the swing voters. i have never seen something so aggressive. he is a former u.s. attorney and prosecutor by trade. he tried to prosecute her in the court of public opinion. i have never seen anything so gracive where people were screaming lock her up. she is guilty. i don't necessarily know when you are leading into making america one again today, that was a pretty divisive message. we can expect a lot of that and
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a lot of what we heard yesterday was more of the traditional run of the mill criticism in regards to big government and over reach in regulatory issues which i think is fair game. chris christie was very personal. >> from the crowd, david, they overwhelmi overwhelmingly seemed to love it. we had a guest on earlier chris christie he backed it up and he brought it. what did you think about it, david? >> first congratulations to donald trump for securing the nomination last night. second, it was a good night for him in two-ways. his children continue to be the best assets in making the case for what he is like personally, what he is like to have grown-up with and seeing insights in him as a person. last night was a good night for
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trump because chris christie and mitch pk connolly and shelly capito started communicating the message of look, republicans it is time to come together. this is a binary choice. if you are not for donald trump you are for hillary clinton. trump starts getting 90 percent of republicans he is guess to go lead be in the polls and it could happen before she gets her nomination thursday. >> there are so many who haven't decided who they are going to vet for a lot of establishment republicans. what impact do you think donald trump's kids are going to have as they show a more personal side of him? oo i think donald trump is trying his hardest to consolidate the republican base not only through the choice of mike pence as his vice presidential nominee and the dest surrogate to humanize him
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where many out there that have been critical of him see him as rough around the edges. what we heard from testify knee trump provided a more intimate look at donald trump, done jr. showed a lot of that as well from a different perspective as his son and in the business. he obviously needs to consolidate the base of the republican party to win. this is a binary choice. we are going to see the flip side next week. he is the best chance to vote for daybreak. all democrats need to come together and vote for hillary clinton>> something everyone can relate to is the importance of famil family. eric trump and evan kau trump
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introducing her father on the final day. >> thank you. almost 20 minutes after the hour. daybreak as the official n fish donald trump as their official nominee. >> will he support him or not? the twitter verse with a lot to say about last night's rnc speaker. even hillary clinton what he had to say about chris krits tee's indictment. my experience with usaa is awesome. homeowners insurance life insurance automobile insurance i spent 20 years active duty they still refer to me as "gunnery sergeant" when i call
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>> it is my honor to be able to throw donald trump over the top in the delegate counts with 2089 delegates. congratulations, dad. we love you. >> republicans making it official nominating donald trump with the help of his son, donald jr.>> the nominee one day away from the biggest speech of his life to accept the nomination. how can we bwin over members of his party who refuse to endorse him. >> trump surrogate dr. gina lowden. thank you for being with us from cleveland. good morning to you. >> good morning. good to be here with you. >> he has got to unite the party in order to even be competitive in the general election. you have a lot of big name republicans including ted cruz who have not formally endorsed him yet. >> i think his openness to
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having him here saying i will be here anyway for those who supported ted cruz. we will be seeing more and more of these people. as a delegate who has been on the floor and other delegates i am hearing the transition happening. >> you forgive us for not realizing. >> you were on last night with hannity. you have been up all night as well. >> yes. >> we expect to here from governor pence and ted cruz will as well. do you think he will officially endorse donald trump? >> i hope so. if not he will send a message who have been loyal through this process, sit it out or vote for
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hillary clinton. if you are not on board with donald trump who is the nominee at this point then you are on board by default with hillary clinton. we all know that. it is so seriously clear at this point it is really big time decision time. >> what is the biggest hesitation when it comes to donald trump? >> it has a lot to do with establishment politics. for people like me who baelted the establishment my entire political life, that's the reason. when i saw who was opposing trump that's what forced me to take a second look at him. i don't think i am that different from the average american who just wants the system broken up so we can bring in real change. we can really feel safe with our
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jobs and our families can prosper. it resinates with a back to basics message. hillary is always saying the poor me message. donald trump is always saying the for me message. especially today's theme it resinates with those kind of people who are interested in real reform and government. >> thank you so much for joining us early this morning. >> thank you. >> let's check in with brian kilmeade who is right there with dr. loud dean in cleveland to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> i have to tell you ladies how big you are in cleave lapped. you are always being watched by the most important people in television that's the fox crew. >> no pressure. when i get up in the morning i see you on television and i get
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a little scared because i am thinking did i over sleep an hour because i know how many hours you are working. we are examining to redo what we did last night. remember what you just brought up is intriguing. can eric be as good as donald jr. who was phenomenal. we are going to have carl rove here and if there's a better analyst than carl rove on both sides of the i'll on this atypical year i don't know who it is. geraldo rivera was with the protestors working with us giving us an idea of some of the turmoil on the outside. he will be with us live. we went behind the scenes with special report. we have the normal show at 6:00 but when you have a stage behind you there's a challenge. you have a script and a prompter and another going on behind you with cloud music and loud
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speeches. i will give you the inside story of how special report puts it together. >> what do you think about donald trump jr. running for office one day? >> if you think about it he always gave real interviews and he didn't even need a teleprompter last night. >> you couldn't find his lines in the script. >> there was one line specifically i kept wanting to repeat. he must have gone off script on that one. >> do you think donald trump will use a prompter? oo no doubt about it. >> he's not to knowing it is tnt. it will make or break you. don, dropped the mike ab left it. i think they might be up for the cause. yesterday went a lot smoother
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after the bush family announced they will not attend this week's republican national convention, newt gingrich this morning told interviewers he
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believes the bushes are behaving child lischly. when asked for a comment jeb hid behind his mom's leg. >> oh, that's terrible. >> well, day two of the republican national convention is over, but it lives on, of course, in twitterverse. >> as it always does. we'll hear what all of the reaction from "fox & friends" weekend host clayton morris. my favorite segment of the morning. >> thank you so much. new york put donald trump over the top last night so the internet and trump supporters exploded in rejoicing. of course, doing a little dancing. so they created this little gift last night that went viral. take a look at this from a trump. new york puts trump over the top the 2016 gop. taking from drake and his "hotline" bling song which i liked that for an afternoon. even "saturday night live" taking this. that looks like my dancing which is offensive. >> terrible dancing, it's terrible.
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>> yeah. yeah. i see brian doing that type of dancing, too. and frank luntz. >> especially with the frank luntz sneakers, it will work out. take a look at this. this was a really interesting moment last night. we showed you earlier paul ryan, it seemed like he wasn't sure how to use the gavel. he had it reversed and was hitting it with the handle instead of the actual head of the hammer. he also mentioned donald trump, he called him a different name last night. see if you can spot the error here from speaker ryan. >> the chair announces that donald day trump having received a majority of these votes -- >> day. >> what happened there? >> highlight day. >> donald day. like highlight magazine as a kid. can you spot the thing that was wrong. donald day, d-a-y. >> he must have been nervous
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between that and the gavel thing. do you think he was nervous? >> i don't know. he had a little bit of a rough night last night. >> yeah. >> i think he was trying to make sure everything was sticking together and all the delegates were happy last night. that little stuff didn't bother him so much. patricia on twitter said somewhere in america right now donald day trump is in shock that he's the nominee. had some fun with that. also, last night chris christie of course, a lot of people suspected over the last couple of weeks why wasn't he the vp pick. could he be in this taint of scandal given bridgegate. there was some irony in the air last night when chris christie got up and had this to say about hillary clinton. listen. >> tonight as a former federal prosecutor i welcome the opportunity to hold hillary rodham clinton accountable for her performance and her character. we didn't disqualify her to be president of the united states. the facts of her life and career disqualify her. >> well, hillary clinton was on
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twitter last night responding herself and she had this to say. if you think chris christie can lecture anyone on ethics, we have a bridge to tell you. that was a pretty good comeback. and then -- yeah. i don't know if you guys caught this last night. in television world we have a green screen, weather folks tend to use quite a bit. well, a green screen popped up last night behind kimberlan brown. she's the soap star. people said i know as soon as that popped up the internet is going to have a field day trying to process things. justin on twitter made this mockup of her standing in front of a whole bunch of volcanos and people were making her look like she was in the front of more door like in "lord of the rings." it's always fun to ask for social media reaction. >> what did we do before social media? >> clayton, thanks. >> we talked to people. nice to see you guys. >> what's that? >> we'll be right back. stay with us, everybody.
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the democrats are getting ready for their own convention next week and hillary clinton has to be feeling pretty good. right now "the new york times" actually says that hillary has a 76% chance of winning the election. [ applause ] >> hillary said she's excited by the news and can't wait to find a new way to blow it.
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yeah. >> wait for the punch lines. well, your comments have been pouring in all morning long about the best speech on day two of the rnc. marilyn tweets, they were all very good but donald trump jr., he knocked it out of the park. great speaker. nesta writes, i would have to say chris christie's speech was great and to the point. dr. ben carson's speech was a delight to hear him talk about trump. well said, trump. he's really making it real. i think he is the man we need in this country. and facebook says donald trump jr. came out on top last night. 66% of you thought he had the best speech. he was followed by chris christie with 23%. it is day three of the republican national convention. the theme make america first again. mike pence now the official gop presidential nominee -- vice presidential nominee. also speaking texas senator ted cruz who has yet to endorse donald trump as well as florida
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senator marco rubio who will appear on video. tonight's other primetime addresses include eric trump, scott walker and former house speaker newt gingrich. speeches kick off at 7:00 p.m. eastern. we will see you back here on "fox & friends first" at 4:00 a.m. tomorrow but "fox & friends" starts now. driving people so that they can achieve their full potential. that's a great quality to have in a father, and better yet, in the president of the united states. >> this is a nation where every coin in our pocket and every bill in our wallet says in god we trust. so are we willing to elect someone as president who has as their role model somebody who acknowledges lucifer? >> hillary clinton has


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