Trump accepts GOP nomination on last night of Republican National Convention

The Republican National Convention concludes Thursday and the campaign season officially kicks off with President Donald Trump formally accepting the GOP nomination for a second term as president in a speech that he is delivering from the White House South Lawn.

Trump specifically pointed to Biden’s approach to the pandemic response as worse for the country, saying it would have caused more deaths without the initial travel ban from China and causing families more harm if there were more shutdowns across the country.

“Instead of following the science, Joe Biden wants to inflict a painful shutdown on the entire country. His shutdown would inflict unthinkable and lasting harm on our nation’s children, families and citizens of all backgrounds,” Trump said.


“The cost of the Biden shutdown would be measured in increased drug overdoses, depression, alcohol addiction, suicides, heart attacks, economic devastation and more. Joe Biden’s plan is not a solution to the virus, but rather a surrender.”

“At no time before have voters faced a clearer choice between two parties, two visions, two philosophies, or two agendas,” Trump said.

“We have spent the last four years reversing the damage Joe Biden inflicted over the last 47 years. At the Democrat convention, you barely heard a word about their agenda. But that’s not because they don’t have one. It’s because their agenda is the most extreme set of proposals ever put forward by a major party nominee.”

“The Republican Party goes forward united, determined and ready to welcome millions of Democrats, independents and anyone who believes in the greatness of America and the righteous heart of the American people,” Trump said.

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