Trump arrives in Cleveland for GOP convention

By REUTERS
July 19, 2016 03:10

 
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Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, arrived in Cleveland, Ohio Monday night, where the party is holding its nominating convention.

Melania Trump is scheduled to speak to the delegates in person Monday night. Trump is also scheduled to appear.

Earlier in the day, his opponents failed in their effort to hold a roll-call vote in opposition to his candidacy.



The anti-Trump forces at the Cleveland convention started shouting "Roll Call" after the party leaders approved by acclamation rules at the start of the convention that barred them from registering their opposition.

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