The fourth and final night of the Republican National Convention is all about the GOP's presidential nominee: Donald J. Trump.
Trump has been a presence every night of the convention. He introduced his wife, Melania, on Monday; briefly addressed delegates via video Tuesday; and helicoptered into Cleveland on Wednesday to appear on stage with vice presidential nominee Mike Pence — and, of course, stare down rogue Republican Ted Cruz.
But tonight is Trump's big moment — indeed, one of the biggest moments of his presidential campaign. The big question: Which Trump will show up? The on-message candidate who reads off the teleprompter? Or the Trump who ad-libs, riffs off the crowd, and strays from the campaign's message of choice?
Trump will speak in prime time. He'll be introduced by his daughter, Ivanka. Other major speakers include:
- Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel. According to member station KQED, Thiel is expected to tell delegates that he is "proud to be gay." The convention approved a socially conservative platform earlier this week that decried same-sex marriage.
- Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin
- Republican Party Chair Reince Priebus
- Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr., an early Trump endorser