Donald Trump’s running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence addresses the Republican National Convention, telling delegates that Trump will bring about “huge” change, while Democrat Hillary Clinton represents the ''status quo.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Donald Trump's running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence, told delegates at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday (July 20) that the party's presidential nominee is an anti-establishment candidate who will bring about "huge" change. Pence was the keynote speaker on the third day of the convention in Cleveland and has been well received by people in the party's social conservative wing who are skeptical of Trump's commitment to opposing abortion and same-sex marriage but who trust his running mate. Americans face a clear choice, Pence said, between electing Trump or maintaining the "status quo" under Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. "It's change versus status quo and my fellow Republicans when Donald Trump becomes president of the United States of America the change will be huge," he said. Pence's well-received speech came at the end of a raucous day that saw U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, booed during his speech after he stopped short of endorsing Trump.