Republicans re-nominate President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence
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Republicans re-nominate President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence

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Republicans from across the country convened at the RNC convention in Charlotte, North Carolina to formally re-nominate Donald Trump and Mike Pence for President and Vice President.

This was just a formality, but crucially important to the masses of Republican voters and “Trumpsters” that have seen an unprecedented effort by both “Never Trump” Republicans and Democrats to unseat a sitting U.S. President.

President Trump has already stated that 2020 could be stolen away by widespread voter fraud. Many Republicans, including Trump’s former advisor, Roger Stone, recently echoed the president’s voter fraud fear that threatens the nation this election cycle.

“This is an historic moment in the life of our nation as we re-nominate Donald Trump and Mike Pence for President and Vice President and set our Party on a path to victory. Today’s unanimous re-nomination is a reflection of the unified support for the Trump-Pence ticket. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are running on the most radical, socialist, extreme-left ticket in American history, and we must vote like our lives and our country depend on it this November.  Our Party is unified, our supporters are energized, and we go forward confident in our cause of re-electing President Trump and Vice President Pence 70 days from now!” – RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel
 

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