The social media numbers are in now that the four-day Republican National Convention is over, and it looks to have been a dud, with only 1.6 million tweets about it.
One point the conservative senator from Texas wants to make clear: he said he's "not voting for Hillary."
Donald Trump says he saw Cruz's non-endorsement speech before he delivered it, and let him speak anyway. "No big deal," he tweeted, noting Cruz did not honor his pledge to support the nominee.
TV's late-night comedians tackle guns, racism, Melania's plagiarized speech and more in commenting on the Republican National Convention.
Demonstrators scuffled with police outside the Quicken Loans Arena, preventing some attendees and journalists from entering the convention.
That's how Indiana's governor should be introduced, according to Democratic Sen. Al Franken, when Pence addresses the Republican National Convention in prime time. His record speaks for itself.
In an interview with Fox News anchor Bill O'Reilly, Trump declares if elected he'll task his attorney general to monitor the group, cofounded by two queer African-American women.