Here are the highlights from the final night of the Republican National Convention

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The 2016 Republic National Convention is in the books.

After the most raucous evening of the convention Wednesday night, the final night of the four-day affair showcased Ivanka Trump, Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel, and many others addressing the crowd before Donald Trump spoke to the nation for the first time as the GOP’s official nominee.

Here’s some highlights from Trump’s big night.


Delegates stand for the Pledge of Allegiance as the last night of the convention began.

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Five-year-old Heavenly Joy sings ‘America the Beautiful’

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Delegates who are holding up signs that read ‘Make America One Again’ cheer on Trump’s big night

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Here’s a closer look at the signs.

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Some apparently anti-Clinton costumes here.

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Former NFL quarterback Fran Tarkenton goes first: ‘Leaders get stuff done … I’ve known Donald Trump for 48 years … he gets things DONE!’

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Motivational speaker Brock Mealer who learned to walked again after being paralyzed in a car crash: ‘I defied the odds, but I didn’t do it alone. Donald Trump can’t do it alone either.’

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Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) calls Trump a ‘problem solver’

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Gov. Mary Fallin (R-OK) on Trump: ‘He believes in peace through strength and will defeat radical Islamic terrorists who seek to destroy our nation.’

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South Carolina Pastor Mark Burns had the RNC crowd chanting ‘all lives matter’

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New Mexico delegate Dr. Lisa Shin says Hillary Clinton is ‘threat to the American dream’

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Reince Priebus, chairman of the RNC, delivers a speech.

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Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University: “Trump is America’s blue-collar billionaire.”

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Peter Thiel, co-founder of Paypal, opens his remarks by saying “I am gay” and takes a shot at Clinton: “Wall Street bankers inflate bubbles in everything from government bonds to Hillary Clinton’s speaking fees.”

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Tom Barrack, the CEO of Colony Capital: “I have nothing negative to say about Hillary, I only have amazing things to say about Don.”

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The Trump family was in the house — including Eric Trump, Tiffany Trump and Donald Trump Jr., who took the stage earlier in the week.

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Ivanka Trump walks on stage and says of her father: “When Donald Trump is in charge, all that counts is ability, effort and excellence.”

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Ivanka on her father: “While politicians say ‘I feel for you’ when they see hardship, only my father will say, ‘I’ll fight for you.'”

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Trump: “Friends, delegates and fellow Americans, I humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the United States.”

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Trump: “Corruption has reached a level like never before.”

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A screen displays Trump’s remarks: “Hillary Clinton’s legacy does not have to be America’s legacy.”

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Trump: “I am the law-and-order candidate.”

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Trump waves off chants of “lock her up” about Hillary Clinton, tells GOP delegates: “Let’s defeat her in November.”

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Delegates stand and cheer as Donald Trump says: “We are going to defeat the barbarians of ISIS, and we are going to defeat them fast.”

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Trump’s final words: “We will make America great again!”

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Donald Trump and vice presidential nominee Mike Pence after Trump’s speech.

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Donald Trump and his family acknowledge the crowd. The 2016 Republican National Convention comes to a close.

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