Gov. Chris Christie, former federal prosecutor, lays out case against Clinton
Posted: Jul 20 2016 07:19AM EDT
Updated: Jul 20 2016 07:50AM EDT
CLEVELAND (AP) -
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a former federal prosecutor, laid out an aggressive case against Clinton, asking the crowd to weigh in on her leadership on the Islamic State group, China, and an al-Qaida-linked group in Nigeria. Riled up, the crowd yelled "Lock her up! Lock her up!"
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Failed Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson went so far as to associate Clinton with Lucifer.
While politicians at the podium heaped criticism on Clinton, Trump's children made direct appeals in favor of Trump. Tiffany Trump, the candidate's 22-year-old daughter from his marriage to Marla Maples, said her father is a "natural-born encourager" who has motivated her to work her hardest.
Donald Trump Jr., his eldest son and an executive vice president at The Trump Organization, cited his father's business acumen and said his father approaches business projects the same way he has approached his campaign and life in general.
Speakers also included some unknown names, such as Andy Wist, founder and CEO of a waterproofing company in the Bronx, as well as Dana White, president of the popular Ultimate Fighting Championship, which promotes mixed martial arts.