The Republican National Convention begins on Monday night, and it is already becoming clear that it will be a very different event than what America saw at the Democratic National Convention last week.
In a stark contrast to the gloom and doom offered by Democrats, the Republican convention will be a celebration of all the things that make America an exceptional nation.
The Associated Press reports:
Trump’s vision of American greatness at center of convention
Republicans will aim to recast the story of Donald Trump’s presidency when they hold their national convention, featuring speakers drawn from everyday life as well as cable news and the White House while drawing a stark contrast with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden…
The four-day event is themed “Honoring the Great American Story,” according to four Trump campaign officials involved with the planning process but not authorized to discuss it by name.
The convention will feature prominently a number of well-known Trump supporters, including members of the Trump family, but also those whom the GOP say are members of the “silent majority” of Americans who have been aided by Trump’s policies. Some have been “silenced” by a “cancel culture” pushed by Democrats, the campaign officials said…
Planners insist they will put forward a more “positive” convention than Democrats’ roasting of Trump.
It will be refreshing to hear a much more positive view of America. It’s what millions of Americans need right now.
From California to Florida, from Arizona to Ohio, Republicans will be watching the historic re-nomination of President Trump and Vice President Pence! Don’t forget to tune in on Monday, August 24th at 9am EST. #FourMoreYears #RNC2020 #4days pic.twitter.com/p1kczuYaKO
— #RNC2020 GOP Convention (@GOPconvention) August 20, 2020
Our convention will showcase the American story, not the Hollywood fiction Democrats’ choreographed last week. pic.twitter.com/UKmsc3Cfkx
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) August 22, 2020
We will offer coverage throughout the week.
Stay tuned, folks.