Tonight members of President Donald Trump's family and Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo took the stage. They spoke on a wide range of issues including the economy, prison reform, and a variety of social issues.
Donald Trump’s son, Eric Trump ended his speech with a message to his father. He said, "I’m proud to watch you give them hell, never stop, continue to be unapologetic. Keep fighting for what is right. You are making America strong again, safe again, you are making America proud again."
During Tuesday nights Republican Convention members of the Trump family spoke on a wide range of issues. Eric Trump praising his father saying he started the great American Comeback. "Issue after issue; the economy, the wall, the military, the military trade deals, tax cuts, supreme court justices, VA hospitals, prescription drugs, moving the embassy to Jerusalem, school choice, peace in the Middle East, never ending wars ended. Promises made, promises for the first time were kept."
President trump's daughter, Tiffany Trump saying her father does not run from challenges and will continue to fight for the Country. She says, "my father built a thriving economy once, and believe me he will do it again. This election, I urge you to transcend political boundaries. This is a fight for freedom vs. oppression. For opportunity vs. stagnation. A fight to keep America true to America.”
And now under investigation after a controversial speech from Jerusalem, Mike Pompeo, after many question whether the Secretary of State can lawfully participate in the convention. He spoke on issues revolving around the trump administrations foreign policy.
"Today because of President Trump Ukraine has defensive weapon systems, America left a harmful treaty so our Nation can help build missiles to detour Russian aggression. “
Business owners as well as Senators and Governors from across the country also spoke, but the night ended with First Lady Melania Trump who spoke on her past, the Covid-19 pandemic, and racial unrest.
"I encourage people to focus on our future while still learning on our past. We must remember that we are all one community comprised of many races, ethinicity’s, and religions. Our diverse history is what makes our country strong."
President Trump is expected to give a speech on Thursday night.