The opening of the Republican convention in the United States, or will it become the trump family reality show?

According to Fox News, trump appeared in Charlotte, North Carolina on August 24, local time, and delivered a speech at the opening ceremony of the Republican National Congress. Andrew Bates, a spokesman for Biden’s campaign, said: “this week, American voters will hear from Trump something that our country needs least – despair, lies and divisions, and trump is trying to distract attention from his mismanagement.”. Later in the day, Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., and his girlfriend Kimberly gilfoyer, Tim Scott, the only black Republican in the Senate, and Nicky Haley, the former permanent representative of the United States to the United Nations, also addressed the conference. However, CNN points out that in Obama’s last years as president, middle-class incomes grew; under Trump’s leadership, middle-class incomes “stagnated.”. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2017, Trump’s first year in office, the income of the middle class increased by only 1.8%. Nicky Haley, former permanent representative of the United States to the United Nations, attacked the proposed medical policy in his speech. “They want the government to take over the health care system,” he said. CNN reported that some people do want the government to take over the health care system, but this is not Biden’s idea. When the Republican Party held the National Congress, the National Congress had just finished. So, what’s the difference between the Republican Party and the National Congress? The New York Times reported that Trump’s move was a fundamental “breakthrough” and the latest evidence that trump was blurring the line between the federal government and its campaign. Critics say trump is taking advantage of the U.S. presidency to ensure re-election in more substantive ways, such as weakening the postal service’s ability to mail votes and pressuring health officials to approve new coronavirus vaccines and treatments before the election.