Trump Officially Named Republican Party Presidential Nominee
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
Donald Trump was officially named the Republican party presidential nominee on Tuesday night at the Republican National Convention.
Trump was officially given the nomination after the necessary 1,237 delegates were ensured during a state-by-state roll call at the convention.
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Trump Rally in Warwick Rhode Island, April, 2016
Photography by Richard McCaffrey
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