Recap: Republican Convention, Day Four (Videos)

On Thursday, the Republican Party wrapped up its convention with a series of speeches, culminating in President Trump’s acceptance speech.

Among those who spoke were Ivanka Trump, Carl and Marsha Mueller, parents of ISIS victim Kayla Mueller, Alice Johnson, Sens. Tom Cotton and Mitch McConnell, Ann Dorn, the widow of Capt. David Dorn, Reps. Kevin McCarthy and Jeff Van Drew, HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson, Rudy Giuliani,

Here are videos from the night:

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President Trump spoke for 70 minutes:

The speech ended and fireworks lit up the Washington Monument in a spectacular display.

Meanwhile, Joe Biden’s  base surrounded the historic St. John’s Church and threatened to burn it down if they don’t get their way:


They also decapitated an effigy of President Trump with a prop guillotine in front of the White House.


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