Mere hours before the start of the 2016 Republican National Convention, the party has released the programme for the "Make America Great Again" convention. The GOP convention's lineup includes a mix of politicians, members of presumptive nominee Donald Trump's family as well as celebrities, veterans and faith leaders.
According to The Hill, Trump will reportedly reveal names for his potential cabinet during the conference after the announcement of his running mate fell flat. Breitbart News reported that Trump ally Roger Stone noted the presumptive nominee will do this in a "perfectly legal" manner.
"Because technically, of course, to promise someone a federal job is a crime so Trump could theoretically say, 'For CIA director I would appoint Gen. Mike Flynn or someone like him," Stone said.
Each day will have a fresh perspective on Trump's campaign slogan: Make America Great Again, according to the GOP. The convention, which will run from 18-21 July, will be held in Cleveland, Ohio at the Quicken Loans Arena.
Monday (18 July): Make America Safe Again
Headliners: Melania Trump; Lieutenant General (ret.) Michael Flynn; Senator Joni Ernst (Iowa); Jason Beardsley; and Representative Ryan Zinke (Montana)
Also speaking: Willie Robertson of Duke Dynasty; former Texas Governor Rick Perry; US Navy SEAL (ret.) Marcus Luttrell; actor Scott Baio; Pat Smith, mother of Benghazi victim Sean Smith; US Marine Corps veteran Mark Geist; US Marine Corps veteran John Tiegen; Kent Terry and Kelly Terry-Willis of The Brian Terry Foundation; actor Anthonio Sabato Jr; immigration reform advocate Mary Ann Mendoza; immigration reform advocate Sabine Durden; immigration reform advocate Jamiel Shaw; Representative Michael McCaul (Texas); Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin; Representative Sean Duffy (Wisconsin); El Paso Couty Commissioner Darryl Glenn; Senator Tom Cotton (Arkansas); Karen Vaughn, other of fallen US Navy SEAL Aaron Carson Vaughn; Senator Jeff Sessions (Alabama); and former Mayor of New York City Rudy Giuliani
Tuesday (19 July): Make America Work Again
Headliners: Donald Trump Jr; Senator Shelley Moore Capito (West Virginia); Ben Carson; and Kimberlin Brown
Also speaking: RNC co-chair Sharon Day; UFC president Dana White; Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson; Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge; former US Attorney General Michael Mukasey; businessman Andy Wist; Senator Ron Johnson (Wisconsin); Chris Cox, Executive Director of NRA Institute for Legislative Action; golfer Natalie Gulbis; Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Kentucky); Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (Wisconsin); House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (California); New Jersey Governor Chris Christie; Trump's daughter Tiffany Trump; and Trump Winery general manager Kerry Woolard
Wednesday (20 July): Make America First Again
Headliners: Lynn Patton; Eric Trump; former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and wife Callista; and Trump running mate Indiana Governor Mike Pence
Also speaking: radio host Laura Ingraham; businessman Phil Ruffin; Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi; retired astronaut Eileen Collins; small business owner Michelle Van Etten; Kentucky State Senator Ralph Alvarado Jr; pastor Darrell Scott; Harold Hamm of Continental Resources; Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker; Senator Marco Rubio (Florida); and Senator Ted Cruz (Texas)
Thursday (21 July): Make America One Again
Headliners: Peter Thiel; Tom Barrack; Ivanka Trump; and Donald Trump
Also speaking: motivational speaker Brock Mealer; Representative Marsha Blackburn (Tennessee); Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin; Dr Lisa Shin of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump; RNC chair Reince Priebus; and Liberty University president Jerry Falwell Jr