US Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump and his family are joined by Vice-Presidential Nominee Indiana Governor Mike Pence and his family on stage at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. July 21, 2016.
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, the blunt outsider who defied the odds and defeated a large field in this year's primaries, formally accepted his party's presidential nomination Thursday. Trump promised to bring sweeping political change, to create wealth and to make America safe again in a speech that excited delegates on the fourth and final day of their national convention in Cleveland. VOA National correspondent Jim Malone has more on Trump's big night from Cleveland.
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Four days in Cleveland saw speeches, protests and much more, finishing with Donald Trump accepting the Republican nomination for president.
Trump struck a tone of urgency, citing a national 'moment of crisis,' and billed himself as a truth-teller
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