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It's over. Donald Trump capped a tumultuous Republican National Convention with a raw acceptance speech that cast a dark view of America's problems at home and abroad. Here are some of the highlights of the four-day gathering.
Protesters march through downtown Cleveland.
Second Amendment activists show up in force to exercise their rights to carry weapons.
Mounted on bikes and wearing helmets topped with video cameras, police kept a watchful eye on protesters outside Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena.
A billboard truck drove through the streets of Cleveland during the convention, offering a favorite theme by speakers and delegates alike.
A sea of signs in the arena as some of the 2,472 delegates gathered.
Stephen Colbert tapes a segment of "The Late Show" inside the arena.
"Happy Days" actor Scott Baio gives two thumbs up during his speech.
Delegates from Texas oppose a roll call vote on the floor.
Florida delegates Tina Harris and Nancy Riley arrive on the first day of the convention.
Donald Trump gestures to his wife, Melania, after she addressed the convention on Day 2. It was discovered that passages of her speech had been lifted from Michelle Obama's address at the 2008 Democratic National Convention. An aide who assisted Melania Trump with the speech took the blame, saying it was accidental.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani riled up the crowd with his endorsement of Trump.
Donald Trump air kisses running mate Mike Pence.
Sen. Ted Cruz, upon arriving to speak during the third night of the convention. The audience later booed him off the stage because he didn't endorse Trump in his speech. "Vote your conscience," he urged the audience.
L-R: Vanessa Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Trump, Ivanka Trump and Tiffany Trump stand as they listen to Sen. Ted Cruz speak.
Tech billionaire Peter Thiel addressed the convention on the final night. "I am proud to be gay. I am proud to be a Republican. But most of all I am proud to be an American," he said.
Trump takes the stage after being introduced by daughter Ivanka. "Throughout my entire life, I have witnessed his empathy and generosity towards other," she said.
Trump gives two thumbs up on the final night. During his pointedly dark acceptance speech, he characterized the record of Hillary Clinton as "death, destruction, terrorism and weakness." Listing America's numerous problems, he asserted: "I alone can fix it."
Still time for the balloon drop.