Speakers Announced for Republican National Convention

A list of speakers has been announced for the Republican National Convention, which occurs on Monday in Cleveland. Planned speakers at the convention include Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Tim Tebow, former NFL quarterback and Peter Thiel, a billionaire from Silicon Valley.

The partial list of speakers was released early Thursday morning. Tebow’s name was not present on the list, but he has been confirmed as a speaker.

The convention takes place over a period of four nights, with speakers gathering every night to discuss a myriad of issues. Different themes will take center stage during the convention, with the economy, immigration and security on the list of themes. Presentations of controversial material will also take place, including a focus on the infidelities of former President Bill Clinton.

Speakers for the first night include Cotton and Jamiel Shaw, a father who lost his son because of an undocumented immigrant. Two Benghazi attack survivors will also be present. The economy will be the focus on the second night, with Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Mitch McConnell, Scott Walker, and UFC president Dana White slated to speak.

Donald Trump Jr. will also be a speaker on the second night.

The third night features a speech from Trump’s unnamed vice presidential nominee, Ted Cruz, Pam Bondi of Florida and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.

Donald Trump will speak on the fourth night of the convention.

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