Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Trump is Having Trouble Getting Anyone to Speak at the RNC in Cleveland

With scant prominent figures in the Republican Party willing to volunteer themselves to speak at the upcoming GOP national convention in July, real estate mogul and presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump has turned to "family, sports figures and business leaders" to fill the gap, CNN reported.
Just because I act like one, doesn't mean I'm an asshole.
A number of high-profile Republicans, including former nominees Gov. Mitt Romney and Sen. John McCain, have stated their intent to skip this year's nominating convention. Dozens of other GOP leaders have decided to sit out this round as well. Their ranks include prominent current and former senior officials, governors, senators and representatives, from South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley to former Vice President Dick Cheney.
Politico reported it had reached out to "50 prominent governors, senators and House members to gauge their interest in speaking ... Only a few said they were open to it, and everyone else said they weren't planning on it, didn't want to or weren't going to Cleveland at all — or simply didn't respond."
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