Donald Trump Makes Grand Arrival by Helicopter for Day 3 of RNC
Cleveland, OH. — After being officially nominated by the GOP Tuesday night, Donald Trump made his official entry to the Republican National Convention ahead of the third night, landing by helicopter just a mile away from the Quicken Loans Arena.
“This is really an honor, and we’re going to win Ohio,” Trump told the many press gathered to capture his official entry, as well as New York, South Carolina and Georgia delegates who gathered to watch the brief arrival ceremony. “We’re going to win Ohio, we’re going to win it all.”
An entourage that included his running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence and his children were on sight of the Cleveland Science Center, outside of the Cleveland Browns stadium for Trump’s arrival. Introducing his running mate, Trump gave a much short remark before heading off to the convention center.
“The last time I got accused of speaking a little bit long so this time I’m going to speak a lot shorter, but I just want to introduce a man who has become a friend of mine, somebody who is going to make an unbelievable vice president of the United States Governor Mike Pence,” Trump said.
Pence, who will address the convention on Wednesday evening and accept the Vice President nomination spoke briefly.
“I’m convinced what begins in Cleveland will end in the White House!” Pence said.
Watch Trump’s welcome arrival event: