The Republican National Convention is looking to demonstrate unity behind it's freshly-crowned nominee, Donald Trump, according to The Hill.
GOP works to unify around Trump
The Republican Party largely succeeded Tuesday in unifying around Donald Trump and getting its convention back on track after a rough opening day.
The main news came with the official nomination of Donald Trump as the party’s presidential pick, a process that went off without any major hitch.
The absence of any real protest during Trump’s nomination was one of the biggest surprises of the day — and a welcome one not just for the businessman but also for Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus, who had worked overtime to thwart the anti-Trump forces.