How To Stream Donald Trump's Speech At The RNC, Because You Won't Want To Miss This
The 2016 Republican National Convention will come to a close on Thursday night, after three days of final "Never Trump" protests, and speeches explaining why the country should not elect presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. While many of the RNC speakers spent a lot of time talking about Clinton, perhaps the person who can best express why Donald Trump should be president is the businessman himself. If you're interested in hearing what the former reality TV star has to say, but you don't have access to cable TV, here's how to stream Trump's RNC speech on Thursday night.
The last few days of the RNC have all followed a similar theme. Each night is dedicated to Trump platforms that are supposed to exemplify how he plans to "Make America Great Again," for instance, Monday night focused on "Make America Safe Again," and Tuesday's theme was "Make America Work Again." While I'm still not sure how Trump plans to do either of these things — besides build a wall, and likely continue to outsource his manufacturing labor — perhaps the best person to address Trump's platforms is himself, and there are a number of places where you can live stream his "Leadership and Unity" themed speech.
If you'll be tuning in from your computer, the RNC will provide its own official stream on their website, as will CBS News. You can also get coverage from CNN Politics, starting from 1 p.m. ET onward, as well as from Right Side Broadcasting's YouTube channel.
If you have TV access, there are a number of places to catch live RNC coverage. You can tune into C-SPAN's live coverage, as well as CNN, ABC News, NBC, CBS, and PBS. Each outlet will begin their respective coverage at different times, so be sure to check their schedules to make sure you don't miss any of their RNC coverage.
Thursday night's official theme is "Make America One Again," as Trump will have to convince his stray delegates, as well as his party, that he can actually be the "unifier" that he has claimed to be throughout his campaign. Thursday's speakers will include motivational speaker Brock Mealer, Tennessee Rep. Marsha Blackburn, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, Dr. Lisa Shin of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr., entrepreneur and venture capitalist Peter Thiel, Colony Capital CEO Tom Barrack, Ivanka Trump, and finally the GOP nominee himself.
Catch all the live coverage of speakers starting at 7 p.m. ET.