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Republican analyst Bill McCoshen said Donald Trump's acceptance speech resonated with voters' fear of terrorism and crime. With crime rates at historic lows, Democratic analyst Scot Ross claimed that facts don't matter for Trump.

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WPR's Shawn Johnson reported from Cleveland that despite Donald Trump's loss in the Wisconsin primary, state GOP delegates and politicians are growing more comfortable with their nominee.

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Some members of Wisconsin's GOP delegation at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland have warmed to presidential nominee Donald Trump after Thursday night's speech.

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Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus told members of Wisconsin's delegation to the GOP convention Thursday morning that Donald Trump will use his primetime speech to show voters he's presidential.

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Some in Wisconsin's delegation to the 2016 Republican Nation Convention seem to prefer House Speaker Paul Ryan to Gov. Scott Walker as a presidential candidate in 2020.

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Gov. Scott Walker endorsed Donald Trump during his Republican National Committee speech Wednesday night.

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The dean of Wisconsin’s congressional delegation told Republicans gathered in Cleveland Wednesday that the state GOP faces a turnout problem this year.