GOP convention: Protests outside, tough talk inside

CLEVELAND (AP) -- Opponents of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump plan protests in Cleveland today including a flag burning and a wall building exercise to symbolically isolate hate speech.

The protest front has been relatively calm. Inside the GOP convention hall, a pair of conservative stalwarts will be highlighted including vice presidential nominee Mike Pence and Trump's most tenacious former opponent, Sen. Ted Cruz.

Night three of the Republican National Convention brings two former presidential candidates and the man who might be the next Vice President to the stage. Here's the schedule for Wednesday.

Theme: Make America First Again

Prime-Time Speakers:

Laura Ingraham, Radio Host

Phil Ruffin, Businessman

Pam Bondi, Attorney General of Florida

Eileen Collins, Astronaut (retired)

Michelle Van Etten, Small Business Owner

Kentucky State Senator Ralph Alvarado, Jr.

Darrell Scott, Pastor

Harold Hamm, Continental Resources

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker

Lynne Patton, The Eric Trump Foundation

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida)

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas)

Eric Trump, Executive Vice President of The Trump Organization

Newt & Callista Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House and his wife

Indiana Governor Mike Pence, Presumptive candidate for Vice President