In his speech before the convention Tuesday night, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke of the importance of Republicans winning the White House in November, particularly as it relates to Supreme Court nominees.
"Let us put justices on the Supreme Court who cherish our Constitution," McConnell said.
In May, Donald Trump released a list of 11 judges he might pick as Supreme Court nominees.
Former U.S. attorney general and Republican National Convention speaker Michael Mukasey has not been shy about criticizing Hillary Clinton.
Last year, George W. Bush's former top lawyer said that if Hillary Clinton was convicted of destroying government records by erasing emails from her private server, she couldn't legally run for president.
The mood was celebratory, but also subdued and uneven, around the Republican National Convention as Donald Trump became the party’s official nominee Tuesday evening, a reflection of how divisive this year’s primary contest became.
Keiko Orall of Massachusetts, an incoming member of the Republican National Committee, described the feeling as "hopeful."
"People are really excited to do something different," she said.
UFC President Dana White may seem like an unconventional choice to speak at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland: Just last December he told Yahoo Sports, "I'm not a political guy, at all, not a little bit."
So what is he doing here? He told TMZ this week the speech "will be about my relationship with Trump and the Trump that I know."
That makes sense given that the night's theme is about the economy and that White has spoken about Trump's early support of the ultimate fighting league in the past.