In a bumpy coronation, Trump wins the crown
CLEVELAND - The art of the coronation has taken something of a beating at the Republican National Convention.
Nevertheless, Donald Trump now has the crown - and a final chance to summon unity from the party's restive ranks in the ritual's closing days.
The roll call of the states Tuesday night delivered Trump the nomination. Day 3 brings two conservative stalwarts to the stage - running mate Mike Pence and Trump's most tenacious primary opponent, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz. That's the man Trump used to call "Lyin' Ted."
On the second night, speakers came forward to denounce Hillary Clinton, none to greater effect than New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
But discord remains and it remains to be seen if Trump can generate the unity and fighting spirit he'll need in the fall.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
WBRZ's 'Stuff the Bus' event partners with local businesses to get school...
Officials rush multiple people to hospital with possible carbon monoxide poisoning
Olympian, Simone Biles withdraws from all-around final, citing mental health concerns
Arson fire destroys Violet Street apartment
WBRZ's annual Stuff the Bus Campaign begins Wednesday