Donald Trump is set to officially become the GOP's official presidential nominee tonight. Day two of the convention features also House Speaker Paul Ryan as well as two former Republican candidates Chris Christie and Ben Carson. (USA Today)
It didn't take long after Melania Trump finished her convention address presenting her husband as a family man, before commentators picked up the remarkable similarities between passages in her speech and those delivered by Michelle Obama at the 2008 Democratic convention. (CNBC)
Before Melania Trump took the stage last night, a fiery Rudy Giuliani, formerly mayor of New York City, said Trump would make America safe again. The 2008 Republican presidential candidate said Trump would do for the U.S. what he did to rid New York City of crime. (CNBC)
On the first day of the GOP convention was thrown into disarray as delegates opposing Trump made their final stand. They tried to get a vote to change the rules so they could come up with a new nominee. However, the party passed the rules with a voice vote. (CNBC)
Addressing John Kasich's absence from the Cleveland convention, Trump said he "probably wouldn't show up either" if he were the Ohio governor. Kasich, who had sought the GOP nomination, told NBC News he can't get behind Trump's positions and rhetoric.