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Trump nominated for the US President's post from the Republican Party

Donald Trump has been re-nominated for the US presidential election 2020 by the Republican Party.

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

/ by News Trends
US President Donald Trump has been officially nominated for the November presidential election on the first day of the Republican National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. On the last day of this conference, on Thursday, he will deliver his speech accepting the nomination from the South House of the White House. Trump faces a major challenge from former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden.

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Thousands of party supporters are usually present at the convention but were limited to only 336 delegates on Monday. All of them participated in a roll-call vote to formally reappoint the president.

The Grand Old Party (GOP) conference, held once in four years due to Coronavirus), is running in a digital way. Carolina's shalert completed some of the conference's official work.

The in-person vote was a direct contract of the Democratic National Convention, out of which an indoor event could cause coronavirus to spread.

Donald Trump will do the presidential nomination on Thursday

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Trump made a surprise appearance to observe the roll call on the first day of the conference. Vice President Mike Pence is to be officially named on Wednesday. Traditionally, he stayed away from his party's conference until the last day of his acceptance speech.

"I felt an obligation to come to North Carolina," Trump told delegates. "What's more important than a roll call?"

"We have to win. This is the most important election in the history of our country," the president said. "Our country can go in a terrible, terrible direction or even more."

As is evident, Trump and Pence will run against Democratic Party candidate Joe Biden and his vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris for the November elections.

According to the Washington Post newspaper, Trump will appear on all four days of the conference, though he will not speak each day. He is expected to accept his nomination at the White House in Washington on Thursday.

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