Predictions Arise about Republican National Convention

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Last week, millions of Americans tuned in to watch the Democratic National Convention. Speakers ranged from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to Barack Obama, Jill Biden, John Kasich, and others.

This year’s Democratic National Convention pulled in considerably fewer viewers than 2016’s. Furthermore, nominee Joe Biden is presently facing heat for plagiarizing a speech given by a late Canadian politician in 2011. Throughout the four days of the nomination, conservatives also criticized the doom-and-gloom tone that Democrats maintained when talking about the nation as a whole.


This week, the Republican National Convention is coming up. The convention will take place between Monday and Thursday, with speakers appearing all four nights.

With the first day of the GOP convention set for tomorrow, Americans are already speculating about what the nation can expect to hear from Republicans, according to Breitbart News.

What to Expect from the Republican National Convention

The GOP regularly hit Democrats for focusing more on President Trump than about their own policies they wish to implement. Due to this, Republicans are expected to take a “policy-oriented” approach to their convention this week. Such an approach will inevitably entail remarks about crime, immigration, the importance of law enforcement, etc.

The issue of in-person voting vs. mail-in ballots is also likely to come up during the Republican National Convention this week. Republicans consistently maintain that Americans can show up to vote at the ballot boxes in person; even Doctors Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx have stated that in-person voting is feasible.

Nonetheless, Democrats have largely pushed back against the idea that safe voting at the polls is possible. When it comes to mass riots and looting, though, Democrats cite these measures as peaceful protests, without condemning arson, destruction of businsesses, etc. as dangerous.

Watching the Republican National Convention

Amid low ratings for the Democratic National Convention, Republicans are wasting no time in letting Americans know when and how to watch the GOP speakers on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights. Viewership is possible on all devices from flatscreen televisions to laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.

Several prominent conservatives will speak this week. Just some of several speakers include President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, Nick Sandmann, and others.

Do you think speakers at the Republican National Convention will focus more on policy matters? Will you be watching the GOP convention this week? Let us know in the comments section below!