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ICYMI: Trump's Entrance to GOP Convention Was Pretty Epic

Donald Trump’s first appearance at the GOP convention Monday night was quite a memorable one—making the presumptive nominee seem more like a rockstar than a businessman-turned-politician.

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With bright lights in the background, Trump appeared as a silhouette to Queen’s classic song “We Are the Champions.”

There to give a brief introduction to his wife, Trump said, “We are going to win so big. Thank you very much, ladies and gentlemen.”

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