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Donald Trump's nomination as the Republican presidential candidate



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BLAISE INGOGLIA: We are honored to cast all of our 99 winner-take-all delegates to the next president of the United States, Mr. Donald J. Trump.

NATHAN KING: State after state read out their votes, the result already known. But in a moment of US political theater, it fell to New York and the Trump children to deliver the needed delegates for their father to become the nominee.

DONALD TRUMP JR.: And it is my honor to be able to throw Donald Trump over the top in the delegate count tonight with 89 delegates.

KING: And when Donald Trump received enough delegate votes to make him the official nominee, there was obviously a great sigh of relief in this hall behind me-- not just from Trump and his family, but also the Republican leadership. There are no squabbles anymore, and it's forward to the general election.

DONALD TRUMP: Good evening. Are you having fun?

KING: He's made history. Having just entered politics, Donald Trump is now just one step away from the White House. He thanked the delegates via video link. He'll be officially accepting the nomination on Thursday. Ahead of that, his family arrived to address the crowd in Cleveland and the country, painting a picture of a loving father who could be president.

TRUMP JR.: For my father, impossible is just the starting point. That's how he approaches business projects. That's how he approaches life.

TIFFANY TRUMP: His desire for excellence is contagious. He possesses a unique gift for bringing that trait out in others, starting with those closest to him.

KING: But the senior politicians in the hall hardly mentioned the name Trump at all. They know that it's not the now-official nominee that unites the party but the opponent they have to beat in November.

CHRIS CHRISTIE: This election is not just about Donald Trump. No. It's also about his Democratic opponent, Hillary Rodham Clinton.

[BOOING]

KING: For the Republicans, uniting against Hillary Clinton creates more passion than the Trump's candidacy. Nathan King, CCTV, Cleveland, Ohio.
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