GOP Speakers Praised for Tone of Republican National Convention

"President Trump Pardons Jon Ponder" (Public Domain) by The White House

Since the first two nights of the Republican National Convention, it has trended across social media platforms. In real-time, during speeches, many Americans are using the hashtags #RNC and #RNC2020 to express their thoughts and outlooks on the GOP National Convention.


Over the first two nights of the Republican National Convention, speakers have painted a very different picture of America than their Democrat counterparts. Unlike speakers at the Democratic National Convention, conservatives maintain that with hard work and personal responsibility, Americans can succeed; this comes regardless of race, gender, background, or religion.

Yesterday, Republicans earned accolades for the tones and rhetoric espoused at the GOP National Convention, as documented by Breitbart News.

Perception of the GOP National Convention

On Tuesday, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy participated in an interview with Fox News. During this time, the conservative representative spoke about the Republican National Convention thus far.

More exactly, McCarthy noted the GOP National Convention’s communication that there’s nothing wrong with excitement about the United States. The House Minority Leader then lauded the nation’s achievements that conservative speakers drew attention to before noting the stark contrast during last week’s Democratic National Convention.

Not only did McCarthy give the GOP National Convention accolades for its tone, but he also praised the variety of speakers. The California Republican remarked that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered statements before the convention, despite being in Jerusalem.

All in all, McCarthy stated that the Trump administration has seen through their promises while also strengthening allies of the United States.

What to Expect from Night Three

Later tonight, additional Republicans will address the country at the GOP National Convention. Speakers will include, yet are not restricted to, Dan Crenshaw, Lara Trump, Kristi Noem, Kellyanne Conway, Mike Pence, and others.

Wednesday night marks the third segment of the Republican National Convention; as such, tonight’s theme shall revolve around the United States as the “Land of Heroes.” Conservatives will address the nation to discuss matters relating to not only heroes that have made America great, but also the importance of re-electing Trump for four more years.

Tomorrow will mark the fourth and last night of the Republican National Convention.

Will you be watching the GOP National Convention tonight and tomorrow? Are you excited about tonight’s scheduled, conservative speakers? Let us know your plans in the comments section below!