President Trump to Accept Party Nomination Following RNC Day Three Keynote by Vice President Pence

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Vice President Mike Pence spoke at Maryland’s Fort McHenry, signaling optimism. 

“America needs four more years of President Donald Trump,” the vice president said. “President Donald Trump believes in America and the goodness of the American people, the boundless potential of every American to live out their dreams in freedom.”

And for them to do that in a country of law and order.

“We will have law and order on the streets of this country, for every American of every race and creed and color,” said Pence.

While racial unrest persists in cities like Kenosha, Wisconsin and Portland, Oregon, former NFL player Jack Brewer, who called himself a lifelong Democrat who supports Donald Trump, addressed the issue.  

“I know what racism looks like. I’ve seen it firsthand and in America it has no resemblance to President Trump, and I’m fed up with the way he’s portrayed in the media who refuse to acknowledge what he’s actually done for the Black community,” he said.

He said the country isn’t as divided as our politics suggest, and that policies must take priority over personalities.

One of those policies that Sister Dede Byrne of the Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary spoke about is  abortion law.

“Donald Trump is the most pro-life president this nation has ever had, defending life at all stages,” she said. “His belief in the sanctity of life transcends politics.”

Viewers also met a 25-year-old who’s running for Congress in North Carolina, Madison Cawthorn. He spoke about the accident that put him in a wheelchair, but said God protected his mind and his ability to speak for those who feel forgotten.  His speech about adversity ended with a memorable moment.

“I say to Americans who love our country – young and old – be a radical for freedom,” he said. “Be a radical for liberty. Be a radical for our republic for which it stand, one nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all.”