Governor Pence speaks at Republican National Convention

Gov. Mike Pence spoke at the RNC on July 20, 2016. (Provided Photo/CNN)

CLEVELAND (WISH) —  Governor Mike Pence spoke Wednesday night at the Republican National Convention

Wednesday night’s theme at the RNC was “Make America First Again.”

Pence officially became the Vice Presidential nominee Tuesday night. He spoke at a conservative luncheon in Cleveland on Tuesday.

On Wednesday evening at the Republican National Convention, Gov. Pence accepted the Republican Party’s nomination for vice president.

During his speech  Wednesday night at the RNC, Pence talked about variety topic from national defense, immigration, the Supreme Court.  He also went after the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.

“Seven and a half years of Barack Obama have lowered America’s standing in the world,” Pence said. “We must resolve here that Hillary Clinton never becomes the President of the United States of America,” Pence added.

He also introduced himself and his family, saying that marrying his wife, Karen Pence, was the best decision he has ever made.

Pence followed several former presidential hopefuls on stage Wednesday. Newt Gingrich and Ted Cruz also spoke.

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