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Vice President Mike Pence remarks at 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte, NC

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Vice President Mike Pence remarks at 2020 Republican National Convention in Charlotte, NC

Vice President Mike Pence addresses 2020 Republican National Convention delegates in Charlotte, NC as they voted unanimously to select the president and vice president as the Republican party nominees for the 2020 election. Full video here:
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Vice President Mike Pence full remarks at the 2020 Republican National Convention

Vice President Mike Pence: So, with gratitude for the confidence President Donald Trump has placed in me, the support of our Republican party, and the grace of God, I humbly accept your nomination to run and serve as Vice President of the United States. Full video here:
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Vice President Mike Pence uses RNC speech to appeal for another four years

Vice President Mike Pence used his Republican National Convention speech to try to make the case for four more years of the Trump administration by contrasting President Trump and Joe Biden's visions for America. Watch Pence's speech.
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President Donal Trump addresses 2020 Republican National Convention delegates in Charlotte, NC

President Donal Trump addresses 2020 Republican National Convention delegates in Charlotte, NC as they voted unanimously to select the president and vice president as the Republican party nominees for the 2020 election. Full video here:
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Mike Pence Accepts Republican Nomination For Vice President in RNC Speech

Mike Pence has accepted Republican nomination for Vice President of the United States in the biggest spotlight of the Republican National Convention (RNC) day 3.

I humbly accept your nomination to run and serve as Vice President of the United States, said Pence.

Pence’s speech accepting the vice presidential nomination, on the third night of the convention, capped programming meant to show support for the military, law enforcement and public displays of patriotism. He spoke from Fort McHenry in Baltimore, the site of a battle in the War of 1812 that inspired Francis Scott Key to write “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

The nomination comes ahead of his own potential bid for the White House in 2024. Trump tapped Pence in 2016 partly for his pull with White evangelical Christians, a valuable campaign asset especially after a tape surfaced late in his 2016 run in which Trump discussed assaulting women.

Vice President Mike Pence raised the stakes in the November election in his Republican convention remarks, arguing that Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s election would mean the end of America.

Biden argued last week in accepting his party’s nomination that “character” and even democracy itself are on the ballot in November. Pence sought to turn those remarks against the former vice president.

Yet the convention risks being upstaged by far more dramatic events unfolding across the country.

Gulf Coast residents are bracing for landfall from a potentially catastrophic hurricane. A teenager reported to be a Trump supporter was arrested for killing two Black Lives Matters protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Tuesday. And NBA athletes refused to play Wednesday in solidarity with the Wisconsin demonstrators.

Hurricane Laura is approaching Category 5 and is poised to pummel the Texas-Louisiana border, inflicting as much as $25 billion in damage. The Wednesday convention program opened with a rabbi’s prayer for people in the path of the storm.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, who spoke during Wednesday’s program, held out the possibility that the storm may cause Trump to postpone his nomination acceptance speech, scheduled for Thursday at the White House.

“We adapt to events,” she said. “As of right now, the president plans to speak tomorrow.”

The vice president’s appearance was planned to involve combat veterans, according to people who asked not to be identified because it is intended as a surprise for viewers, with imagery intended at least in part as criticism of professional athletes who kneel during the national anthem.

Republicans have sought to capitalize on U.S. cultural divides and present themselves as defenders of freedom, while portraying Democrats and Biden, the former vice president, as socialists bent on trampling American values. Democrats painted Trump at their convention last week as an incompetent and corrupt chief executive who threatens democracy.

Before the pandemic struck, Trump could boast that U.S. jobs had increased by close to 7 million on his watch, with unemployment at a half-century low of 3.5%.

This year, the economy has endured the sharpest recession on record, shrinking in the second quarter by 9.5%. The job gains have been wiped out and unemployment stands at 10.2%.

Democrats have hammered Trump for reacting too slowly to the pandemic that has killed more than 179,000 Americans, saying it would disappear, and failing to marshal a national response plan. Republicans largely avoided focusing on the virus during their convention until first lady Melania Trump spoke at length on Tuesday night with sympathy for victims, saying her husband “will not rest until he has done all he can to take care of everyone impacted.”

Other speakers included second lady Karen Pence; Lara Trump, campaign adviser and the president’s daughter-in-law; and Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee and Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa, who is facing a competitive re-election battle of her own.

Sports figures included in the program are former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz, an advocate for holding college games despite the pandemic, the campaign said, and former National Football League player Burgess Owens, who is running for Congress in Utah this year but has ties to believers of QAnon, a conspiracy theory.

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The third night of the Republican National Convention will feature Vice President Mike Pence speaking from Baltimore's Fort McHenry. CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy and CBSN political reporter Cailtlin Huey-Burns joined Red and Blue with a preview.

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Vice President Mike Pence addressed the convention from historic Fort McHenry in Baltimore. Pence’s keynote speech contrasted the Trump administration’s record with what he said America would look like under a Biden administration.

“President Trump set our nation on a path to freedom and opportunity from the very first day of this administration. But Joe Biden would set America on a path of socialism and decline,” Pence said.

“Every day, President Trump has been fighting to protect the promise of America. Every day our president has been fighting to expand the reach of the American dream. And every day President Donald Trump has been fighting for you. Now it’s our turn to fight for him.”

Pence, head of the president’s coronavirus task force, defended the administration’s handling of the pandemic.

“In our first three years, we built the greatest economy in the world. We made America great again. And then the coronavirus struck from China,” Pence said. “We built hospitals, we surged military medical personnel and enacted an economic rescue package that saved 50 million American jobs,” he said. “No one who required a ventilator was ever denied a ventilator in the United States.”

The coronavirus has infected more than 5.8 million people in the U.S. — more than a quarter of the globe’s reported cases — and killing over 179,000 as of Wednesday, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

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Republican National Convention - Nomination Vote in Charlotte, NC

Republican National Convention delegates vote to nominate President Trump and Vice President Pence to run for a second term in office.

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President Donald Trump addressed the Republican National Convention on Aug. 24, 2020. The party planned a mix of virtual and in-person events in North Carolina and Washington, D.C., for its nominating convention after the coronavirus pandemic interrupted plans for a traditional nominating event.

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The second lady of the United States addresses the crowd at the 2020 Republican National Convention.

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WATCH: Karen Pence’s full speech at the Republican National Convention | 2020 RNC Night 3

Second lady Karen Pence spoke on the third night of the Republican National Convention on Aug. 26, 2020. The party planned a mix of virtual and in-person events in North Carolina and Washington, D.C., for its nominating convention after the coronavirus pandemic interrupted plans for a traditional nominating event.

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Mike Pence delivers keynote speech at 2020 RNC (FULL SPEECH)

The Vice President of the United States addresses the crowd and formally accepts renomination at the 2020 Republican National Convention.

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Watch: Trump's Full In-Person Remarks After Renomination At RNC In Charlotte | MSNBC

Shortly after being receiving the votes to be renominated as the Republican party's presidential nominee, President Donald Trump spoke in-person to a group of supporters at the Charlotte, North Carolina, convention. Aired on 08/24/2020.
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Nikki Haley speaks at the Republican National Convention: Joe Biden and the Democrats are still blaming America first. Donald Trump has alwasy put America first and he has earned four more years as president.

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Republicans aggressively defended law enforcement on the third night of their convention, as the nation faced renewed tensions following the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man in Wisconsin, that sparked protests in a state that could decide the fall election.

Vice President Mike Pence, the evening's featured speaker, seized on the national reckoning over racial injustice to argue that Democratic leaders are allowing lawlessness to prevail in cities from coast to coast. He and others described cities wracked by violence, though protests in most locations have been largely peaceful.

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Vice President Mike Pence delivered the keynote address Wednesday on the third night of the Republican National Convention from Fort McHenry.

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