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10:50 PM - PENCE MAKES HIS DEBUT

10:36 PM - GINGRICH COVERS FOR CRUZ

Following Ted Cruz's nebulous non-endorsement of Donald Trump, Newt Gingrich takes editorial license with the Texas senator's comments and interprets them as supportive of Trump.

10:10 PM - ERIC TRUMP MAKES THE CASE FOR HIS FATHER

Eric Trump mocks the commentariat class, given widespread pundit predictions of his father's inevitable political failure.

It's time for a president who has always signed the front of a check, not the back," says Trump of his father, contrasting him with professional politicians such as Hillary Clinton.

Trump says his father ran because he couldn't tolerate any more governmental incompetence, he was "disgusted" with what he had seen over decades.

With rapidly growing debt and expansion of taxes, Trump says only his fathers business acumen can provide he necessary political remedies to prevent an economic collapse.

In 1988, Oprah Winfrey asked Donald Trump if he would ever run for the presidency. He replied, "Only if it got so bad that I had no choice."

"I run my foundation based on the principles my father taught me: honesty, integrity, and values. I expect other charities to be run by the same moral code, not serve as conduit for personal enrichment, not serve as a beacon of corruption and scandal," says Trump, implicitly referring to the Clinton Foundation as a money laundering mechanism for ill-gotten funds obtained through peddling of political influence. "To whom much is given, much will be required."

Eric Trump, son of Republican Presidential nominee Donald J. Trump, points toward his father during his speech during the third day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Wednesday, July 20, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Ivanka Trump applauds as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump smiles as his son Eric Trump speaks during the Republican National Convention, Wednesday, July 20, 2016, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

9:49 PM - CRUZ DOESN'T SAY TRUMP'S NAME, BUT CALLS FOR VOTING IN NOVEMBER

"And to those listening, please, don't stay home in November," concluded Ted Cruz. "If you love our country, and love your children as much as I know that you do, stand and speak and vote your conscience, vote for candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom and to be faithful to the Constitution."

Cruz spoke of Sergeant Michael Smith, an officer murder by the left-wing Black Lives Matter-aligned terrorist in Dallas. "He protected the very protesters that mocked him because he loved his country and his fellow man. To die by love is to live by it," said Cruz.

"America is an ideal," said Cruz. "Freedom matters... We have no king or queen, we have no dictator. We the people constrain government"

Cruz said the five most beautiful words in the English language are "I want to be free."

Cruz implies that dangerous immigration and refugee policies bringing in Muslims need to be stopped. "[President Barack Obama] brings in ISIS terrorists as refugees," said Cruz.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tex., addresses the delegates during the third day session of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Wednesday, July 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

9:25 PM - TRUMP EMPLOYEE AND FAMILY FRIEND, LYNNE PATTON

A viral video from Lynne Patton, an employee of Eric Trump's charitable foundation, is played.

9:15 PM - SCOTT WALKER: AMERICA DESERVES BETTER!

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker plays the crows by having them shout "America deserves better!" after he lays out various talking points.

On Hillary Clinton's criminality and status as a Washington insider, Walker remarks, "If she were any more on the inside, she’d be in prison."

Walker calls on #NeverTrump persons to vote for Donald Trump.

"A vote for anyone other than Donald Trump in November is a vote for Hillary Clinton. Make no mistake, we can’t wait four years to get ‘em next time. The consequences are too great," says Walker.

America hasn't yet passed the point of no return, says Walker. "It’s not too late for America… . join us," he says, calling for support of Republicans across the country.

Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin speaks during the third day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Wednesday, July 20, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

9:05 PM - OBAMA FAILED TO END RACIAL TENSION; WE'RE 'MORE DIVIDED NOW THAN WE'VE EVER BEEN BEFORE'

Darrel Scott, Senior Pastor at New Spirit Revival Center Ministries, speaks to American exceptionalism.

"Many liberals believe that we are a nation just like any other, but… we are the greatest nation in history!" says Scott.

Quoting the Declaration of Independence, Scott recites, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness!"

Scott credits failed leadership from President Barack Obama for higher minority unemployment, crime, and drug abuse.

The crowd receives Scott enthusiastically. High energy.

8:30 PM - PAM BONDI - TRUMP WILL END LAWLESSNESS

"Winning this election means reclaiming... the rule of law... laws that apply equally to everyone," says Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, saying Donald Trump will support law enforcement.

Bondi says Trump will end President Barack Obama's lawless executive orders, secure the borders, and end illegal immigration and associated ills such as cross-border drug trafficking.

"Donald Trump believes terrorists deserve to die," says Bondi, contrasting this with Hillary Clinton's earlier calls for the extension of understanding and empathy to America's enemies.

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi checks out the stage before the second day session of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Tuesday, July 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

8:23 PM - TRUMP'S FRIEND: TRUMP'S HANDHSAKE IS BETTER THAN ANY CONTRACT

Phillip Ruffin, a casino real estate investor and friend of Donald Trump's for over twenty years, speaks to the New York City billionaire's loyalty and business acumen.

"He can see things that others cannot see." says Ruffin, adding that Trump sees opportunities other investors overlook.

8:10 PM - LAURA INGRAHAM: 'THERE IS DIGNITY IN EVERY JOB'

"I refuse to leave my kids a country that is worse off than my parents left me," says Laura Ingraham, speaking to cross-generational familial sacrifice and commitment. She recalls that her late mother waited tables until she was 73-years-old.

"There is dignity in every job, no matter what you do," says Igraham. "My parents didn’t believe there were jobs that Americans wouldn’t do."


Ingraham connects the left to those who hate America. She says that those who burn the flag don’t respect the military, the Constitution, the police, the elderly, unborn children, or the rule of law.

Touching on blood and soil, Ingraham speaks of the blood sacrifices made by previous generations to secure America. "This is our home... our dead are buried here."

"Our veterans, they die waiting for decent care!" says Igraham, saying Donald Trump will end scandals at the VA.

Ingraham says Hillary Clinton helped orchestrate American decline.

To the #NeverTrump crowd, Ingraham calls for consolidation of support around Trump.

"I don't want to tell my kids... about how great America used to be... We fight, and we win! We're Americans! America, we need a president who believes in the Constitution, and will fight for us, not against us, treat us an ally, not an enemy! We're the people!" says Ingraham.

Ingraham calls out left-wing media, saying that Trump's ascendance is built on going after its operatives. "Do your job!" demands Ingraham, receiving great applause for conventions attendees.

"Let's give the power back to the people! And let's elect Donald Trump President of the United States! God bless you, and God bless America!'

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