Donald Trump’s Full Speech at Republican Convention

Donald Trump “humbly and gratefully” accepted his party’s presidential nomination on Thursday night, capping off the Republican National Convention and Trump’s year-long campaign to win the GOP contest.

“Who would’ve believed that when we started this journey on June 16th last year, we, and I say “we,” because we are a team, would have received almost 14 million votes, the most in the history of the Republican party and that the Republican party would get 60 percent more votes than it received eight years ago, who would’ve believed this, who would’ve believed this,” Trump said.

All told, his speech clocked in at about 75 minutes — one of the longest in recent history — during which he lambasted his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, took aim at the Obama administration and vowed to restore safety to the country at home and abroad amid what he said were a myriad of threats to its very fabric.

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