President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence’s candidature was sealed at the Republican National Conference on Monday. The 74-year-old Trump will face the challenges of Democratic Party candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden (77) in the US presidential election on November 3. Permanent chairman of the convention and Republican leader of the House of Representatives Kevin McCarthy announced Pence’s election as vice-presidential candidate.
Pence will face the challenges of Democratic Party candidate Kamala Harris. Pence’s claim was announced early in the conference, while Trump’s name as the presidential candidate was later stamped. Former Indiana Governor Pence won the 2016 election at the same time as Trump. After the nomination process was over, conference chair Rona McDaniel lashed out at Democratic Party candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
The convention of Republicans is traditionally held. In this, the main event is being organized throughout the day sessions and at night. Trump will address the conference for four nights. Nikki Haley, a two-time governor of South Carolina, is the only American leader of Indian origin who has been placed on the speakers’ list. Born in South Carolina, Nikki Haley’s original name was Nimrata Randhawa. His father Ajit Singh Randhawa and mother Raj Kaur Randhawa came here from Amritsar, Punjab.
First lady Melania Trump will address the conference on Wednesday from the Rose Garden at the White House. Mike Pence will also address the conference on the same day. Trump will deliver an acceptance speech on Thursday on the last day. Explain that while the Democratic Party held its conference in a completely virtual mode, 336 Republican delegates are present in the conference and the remaining 2,551 delegates are joining the virtual program by being present in the party offices located across America.