The Republican National Convention has wrapped up in Cleveland. Last night, Donald Trump accepted his party’s nomination and gave a long speech focusing on the threats that face the country.
The convention aimed at unifying the Republican Party, but there was chaos when members of the #NeverTrump movement called for a roll call vote which would let them vote as they pleased rather than vote for Trump. Then Ted Cruz was booed when he refused to endorse him.
Here & Now's Robin Young and Meghna Chakrabarti look back at the convention with Rick Klein, political director at ABC News, and Sarah Wheaton, White House reporter for Politico.
This segment aired on July 22, 2016.
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