Trump Officially Accepts Presidential Nomination for Four More Years

For the grand finale of an inspiring Republican National Convention, President Donald J. Trump officially accepted the Republican nomination for President in a speech at the White House.  The RNC Convention was a roaring success.  As Fox News' Liz Peek reported, "If the point of a political convention is to get your party’s message out, win over voters and boost your candidate’s prospects, then make no mistake about the 2020 conventions, Republicans absolutely buried Democrats."

During his acceptance speech, President Trump focused on how radical the Democratic Party has become.

One of the recurring themes throughout the Convention and President Trump's speech was law and order.

As part of his focus on law and order, President Trump's speech recognized the families of two fallen law enforcement officers, NYPD Officer Miosotis Familia and retired St. Louis Police Captain David Dorn.  Dorn's widow spoke earlier in the night, viscerally reminding viewers of the radical, anti-law-and-order narrative that is being promoted by the Left.

Echoing Vice President Pence's words earlier in the week, President Trump warned: "No one will be safe in Biden's America," and to prove the President's point, anti-Trump "protestors" harassed RNC attendees as they left the White House at the end of the night's events.

One of the most dangerous confrontations happened as Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, his wife, and other RNC attendees had to be escorted to their hotel by law enforcement and were attacked in the process.  Senator Paul is, ironically, one of the most outspoken advocates for criminal justice reform in Congress.

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris refuse to wholeheartedly condemn the violence going on in the streets of American cities.

If the four days of the Republican National Convention showed us one thing, it is that Donald Trump is the only choice to keep America safe and secure in November!