Day 4 Of The Republican National Convention: Hits & Misses

Trump's speech clearly thrilled those at the convention, but will it be enough to unite a Republican party that seemed badly fractured just a night ago? VIDEO: ABC7 News political analyst Carla Marinucci calls Trump's speech "dark " ABC7 anchor Reggie Aqui and reporter Laura Anthony are reporting live from the RNC in Ohio.

He said: "O ur convention occurs at a moment of crisis for our nation".

That's the day that President Obama's term ends.

Trump continued his theme of violence, stating that murders in Washington, D.C. "have risen by 50 percent".

The property billionaire highlighted recent instances of civil unrest in the U.S., and the shootings of police officers, and confidently predicted that "safety would be restored" when he became president. In his prepared remarks, Trump claims that "decades of progress" involved with limiting crime has been the victim of President Obama's "rollback of criminal enforcement", However, fact-checkers show that the violent crime is actually at it's lowest rate in over 45 years, to which they cited statistics from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "As I recall, we had a revolution to make sure we didn't have someone who said, 'I can fix it alone, '" she said.

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Clinton then, perhaps inadvertently, used her campaign slogan, Stronger Together, to portray Trump as divisive.

Mr Trump also criticised the record of his rival Mrs Clinton from when she was in charge of foreign policy, and blamed her for the spread of Islamic State, the destabilisation of Libya and Egypt and the chaos in Iraq and Syria.

The real estate businessman promised to create jobs for all Americans by cutting taxes and reducing regulations on businesses.

Gary Kasparov, former world chess champion and now a dissident Russian politician, said "I've heard this sort of speech a lot in the last 15 years and trust me, it doesn't sound any better in Russian".

Regardless of the explanation, Pittenger sees Cruz as having two options: get behind Trump or go support Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton.

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The promise was the first point the Republican presidential nominee made in his convention address. He also vowed to protect gays and lesbians from violence and oppression, a pledge that was greeted with applause from the crowd.

"We need to acknowledge and be very clear who this attack targeted - the Latino, LGBT community was the target that was most severely impacted by this awful attack", Clinton said at the event at the Holden Heights Community Center. No good. And we're going to stop it. He pledged to fight terrorism by improving intelligence gathering and working with allies in the region to battle IS.

"We are a nation of immigrants. That is the standard we should expect, from everybody", said Sen.

In a slew of emails to supporters Thursday, she spoke of a loving dad who encouraged his young daughter to succeed, of an inspirational leader and a crack negotiator destined to win.

Trump's campaign has been about being the outsider and not about being concerned over who is not at the convention or is not endorsing him.

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Texas Senator Ted Cruz was booed by the crowd at the Republican National Convention on July 20. Hai Do was the editor. "And they would leave his office, as people often do after being with Donald Trump, feeling that life could be great again".

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