The 70-year-old spoke for more than an hour to deliver a 4,600 word speech at the Republican convention in Cleveland, Ohio - which was boycotted in protest by big-name Republicans including former presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and members of the Bush family.
As Clinton stepped off stage in Tampa, her vice presidential nominee remained unannounced, despite many in the audience hoping to know who Clinton's running mate would be by the time they left.
Demonstrators make their way to the Lorain-Carnegie bridge during a protest, Thursday, July 21, 2016, in Cleveland, during the final day of the Republican convention.
Ted Cruz of Texas, pointedly refused to endorse the party's nominee during his convention speech, inciting a chorus of boos and catcalls from pro-Trump delegates.
Donald Trump will vow to restore law and order to the United States if elected president, making his case for why Americans should choose him over Democrat Hillary Clinton in a speech accepting the Republican Party's nomination.
"This is the legacy of Hillary Clinton: death, destruction and weakness".
During his address Friday, Trump went on to say that Cruz only failed himself in refusing to endorse the party's presidential candidate. "Death, destruction, terrorism and weakness".
"I think perhaps bringing that kind of outsider blood to Washington, apart from lifelong politicians, could be what our country needs to break free from small growth and move toward high growth", said Noah Lewis of San Francisco.
Hillary Clinton: 'Ted Cruz Was Right'
"I didn't start anything with the wife", Trump said of the attack ads during the primary, which he retweeted, that featured an unflattering photo of Heidi Cruz.
He recalled how a super PAC sympathetic to Cruz disseminated risque photographs of Trump's wife, Melania, to voters in conservative Utah before the state's primary.
"We must immediately suspend immigration from any nation that has been compromised by terrorism until such time as proven vetting mechanisms have been put in place", he said.
Then, Mr Trump sparked more questions about his Oval Office readiness by suggesting in an interview that the United States might not defend America's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation partners with him as president.
Still, he set aside much of his usual bravado. As fired-up supporters at Trump's acceptance speech broke out in their oft-used refrain of "Lock her up", the nominee waved them off, and instead declared, "Let's defeat her in November".
He was introduced by his daughter Ivanka, who announced a childcare policy proposal that the campaign had not mentioned before. "We need to be rescued", she said. He said he will not sign "bad" trade agreements.
"All of the people telling you that you can't have the country you want, are the same people telling you that I wouldn't be standing here tonight". "Last night's speech took it to a whole new level".
Trump said Cruz, who is "bound by the pledge", should have endorsed him, arguing that Cruz "would have been in better shape in four years".
A presidential official quoted by Reuters said Halis Hanci, described as Fethullah Gulen's right-hand man , had been "captured". The last full-scale coup in 1980 led to mass arrests of politicians and others, torture and executions.
And he further angered the Aussies by saying he would put "a kangaroo jumping outside" to "make them feel at home". Chiller said she hoped her team's problems did not reflect badly on the host city. "We are not alone", she said.
After serving as Democratic National Committee chairman from 2009 to 2011, he was elected to the Senate in 2012. Clinton's campaign hoped the nighttime line-up would overshadow a tumultuous start to the four-day convention.
Avnet will pay 185 pence (US$2.42) a share in cash, according to a statement Thursday from the companies. Premier Farnell is No. 110 in the B2B E-Commerce 300, which ranks companies on their annual web sales.
The Gemini program succeeded Mercury and ran until 1966 when Apollo succeeded Gemini and its first mission ended in a launch fire. The researchers say this study is an important step in understanding the impact of space exploration on astronauts' health.
Facebook said in the filing that the liability "could have a material adverse impact" on its finances, results or cash flows. The court filing said that Facebook did not appear on 17 June and 29 June at the IRS's offices in San Jose, California.
The MP has formally complained to the speaker of the House of Commons and called for an official investigation into the incident. In a series of messages on Twitter she said Mr Corbyn's position was untenable and warned: "If we're not united, we're doomed".