Each day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio had its own play on Donald Trump’s slogan, “make America great again.” Whether ‘great’ was replaced with ‘safe’, ‘work’, ‘first’ or ‘one’, RT America asked readers what needs to be done to make it happen.
As the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio winds down, so do the protests outside the arena. While some demonstrations featured arrests or scuffles, others offered a more lighthearted take on politics in America today.
Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation visited the homes of Cleveland activists in an attempt to gather intelligence on planned demonstrations at the Republican National Convention, worrying civil rights groups.
The morning after being booed off the stage at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) faced a hostile crowd at a breakfast for his home state’s delegation. He reiterated his resolve not to endorse Donald Trump.
Twitter is beside itself talking about popular radio host Laura Ingraham’s alleged “Nazi salute” that appeared to cap off her speech at the Republican National Convention. While some gave her loud applause, other poured out their anger online.
Several people have been arrested after burning an American flag in a protest outside the Republican National Convention. Protesters claimed police used pepper spray, but the city of Cleveland has disputed that.