MAKE AMERICA WORK AGAIN: Day 2 At RNC Preaches Unity; A Star Is Born, Clinton Put On Trial

By  //  July 20, 2016

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on Delicious Digg This Stumble This

ABOVE VIDEO: Recap of night two on Tuesday’s theme, MAKE AMERICA SAFE AGAIN, at the RNC Convention. (Fox News Video)

(FOX NEWS) – Republican congressional leaders, joined by vanquished primary candidates, immediately worked to rally the party behind Donald Trump Tuesday night after their national convention formally nominated him for president – with House Speaker Paul Ryan calling on voters to hit the polls like never before and “see this thing through.”

“Our candidates will be giving their all, they’ll be giving their utmost, and every one of us has got to go and do the same,” Ryan said from the convention podium in Cleveland.

Night Two of the Republican convention contained plenty of rhetorical body slams against presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Chants from the crowd of “lock her up” were frequent.

But the night was also an opportunity for the so-called GOP ‘establishment’ to make a very public show of unity and close the book on the raucous primary season.

Perhaps more than any other GOP leader on Capitol Hill, Ryan has had his share of scrapes with Trump over the nominee’s controversial remarks and tactics – but he closed his address Tuesday night with a call to action, saying, “Only with Donald Trump and Mike Pence do we have a chance at a better way.”

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE OF THIS STORY ON FOX NEWS

ABOVE VIDEO: Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., makes the case for his father in a passionate and heartfelt speech. (Fox News Video)

ABOVE VIDEO: New Jersey governor addresses the Republican National Convention and puts Clinton on trial. (Fox News Video)

ABOVE VIDEO: Paul Ryan makes the case for Donald Trump and the GOP in 2016. (Fox News Video)

ABOVE VIDEO: Former Republican presidential candidate warns of a possible Hillary Clinton presidency. (Fox News Video)

ABOVE VIDEO: Donald Trump’s daughter makes the case for her father. (Fox News Video)


Click here to contribute your news or announcements Free