Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka introduced him at the Republican National Convention saying her father will deliver on his promise to “Make America great again”. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Ivanka Trump, who has been an important behind-the-scenes advisor to her father, introduced the New York billionaire on the final night of the Republican National Convention, saying "We have a chance this year to reclaim our heritage as a country that dreams big and makes the impossible happen." "Fortunately Donald Trump is incapable of thinking small," she said. The prevailing narrative at the Cleveland convention has not been about Trump's positions, but dominated instead by the failure of the party's various factions to unite behind Trump because of lingering concerns over his policy positions and temperament. But Ivanka Trump focused on the big picture and grandiose vision that has characterized his upstart campaign. "As President my father will take on the bold and worthy fights. He will be unafraid to set lofty goals and he will be relentless in his determination to achieve them," she said. Trump, 70, will close out a convention boycotted by many big-name establishment Republicans, such as 2012 nominee Mitt Romney and members of the Bush family that gave the party its last two presidents.