Day 1: Monday, July 18

‘Make America Safe Again’

A day on national security strategy and foreign policy. Evening activities, including the speeches below, are expected to begin at 7:50 p.m.

8 p.m.

Willie Robertson

CEO of Duck Commander and Buck Commander, star of Duck Dynasty. Related: ‘Duck Dynasty’ star Willie Robertson might have a point about the media

Governor Rick Perry

Former Governor of Texas

Marcus Luttrell

Navy SEAL, author

Patricia Smith

Mother of Benghazi victim, Sean Smith. Related: GOP convention begins with tears — and the strongest possible charge against Hillary Clinton

Mark Geist

Benghazi attack survivor

John Tiegen

Benghazi attack survivor

Kent Terry

The Brian Terry Foundation. Via video

Kelly Terry-Willis

The Brian Terry Foundation. Via video

Antonio Sabato, Jr.


9 p.m.

Mary Ann Mendoza

Immigration reform advocate

Sabine Durden

Immigration reform advocate

Rep. Michael McCaul

Texas congressman. Related: Republican delegates just got two of these three questions wrong

Rep. Sean Duffy

Wisconsin congressman

Rachel Campos-Duffy

The LIBRE Initiative

Sen. Tom Cotton

Arkansas senator

Karen Vaughn

Mother of Navy SEAL killed in action

Mayor Rudy Giuliani

Former New York City mayor. Related: Rudy Giuliani’s exceptionally enthusiastic denunciation of Hillary Clinton, annotated

10 p.m.

Jason Beardsley

Concerned Veterans for America

Rep. Ryan Zinke

Montana congressman. Related: The 5 House seats that could signal a Democratic majority in 2016

Day 2: Tuesday, July 19

‘Make America Work Again’

A day on America's economy and labor issues. Evening activities, including the roll coll vote and the speeches below, are expected to begin at 5:30 p.m.

8 p.m.

Sharon Day

RNC co-chair. Related: Sharon Day criticizes Clinton Foundation donations

Dana White

UFC president. Related: UFC president talks about his relationship with Trump

Gov. Asa Hutchinson

Arkansas governor

Leslie Rutledge

Arkansas attorney general

Michael Mukasey

Former attorney general

Andy Wist

President of a waterproofing company in the Bronx

Sen. Ron Johnson

Wisconsin congressman

Chris Cox

NRA lobbyist

9 p.m.

Sen. Mitch McConnell

Senate majority leader from Kentucky. Related: In his convention speech, Mitch McConnell mentioned Hillary Clinton 24 times and Donald Trump only five

Rep. Paul Ryan

House speaker from Wisconsin. Related: Trump, Ryan and McConnell: Reluctant partners with their own priorities

Rep. Kevin McCarthy

California congressman and House Majority Leader. Related: Kevin McCarthy: 'Hillary Clinton is the definition of status quo'

Gov. Chris Christie

New Jersey governor. Related: How the GOP stumbled into calling for Hillary Clinton’s imprisonment

Tiffany Trump

Daughter of Trump. Related: Who is Tiffany Trump?

10 p.m.

Kerry Woolard

General manager of Trump's Virginia winery

Sen. Shelley Moore Capito

West Virginia senator

Dr. Ben Carson

Former presidential candidate. Related: Watch Ben Carson's full speech at the GOP convention

Kimberlin Brown


Day 3: Wednesday, July 20

‘Make America First Again’

A day on progress and opportunity in America. Evening activities, including the speeches below, are expected to begin at 7:20 p.m.

8 p.m.

Gov. Rick Scott

Florida governor. Related: Rick Scott postpones meeting with Trump to monitor storm in Florida

Laura Ingraham

Radio host

Phil Ruffin

Las Vegas casino owner

Michelle Van Etten

Organized business leaders for Trump in Florida

9 p.m.

Sen. Ralph Alvarado, Jr.

Kentucky state senator

Darrell Scott

Pastor in Ohio. Related: What makes a black Cleveland pastor back Donald Trump?

Harold Hamm

Entrepreneur and oilman

Lynne Patton

Vice president of the Eric Trump Foundation

Sen. Marco Rubio

Florida senator. Via video. Related: Rubio reverses course, will no longer attend Republican National Convention

Sen. Ted Cruz

Texas senator. Related: No sign of Trump endorsement, but plenty of Cruz ambition

10 p.m.

Eric Trump

Son of Trump

Newt and Callista Gingrich

Former speaker of the House. Related: Two interviews explain why Trump picked Pence over Gingrich

Day 4: Thursday, July 21

‘Make America One Again’

A day on unity, leadership, community and American identity. Evening activities, including the speeches below, are expected to begin at 7:20 p.m.

Fran Tarkenton

Former NFL quarterback

Brock Mealer

Inspirational figure

Rep. Marsha Blackburn

Tennessee congresswoman

Dr. Lisa Shin

Head of Korean Americans for Trump

Reince Priebus

RNC chair. Related: The GOP’s infomercial hopes to sell a likable Trump

Jerry Falwell, Jr.

Liberty University president. Related: Jerry Falwell Jr: Here’s the backstory of why I endorsed Donald Trump

Tom Barrack

CEO of Colony Capital. Related: Trump fundraising operation ramping up with Los Angeles kick-off

Ivanka Trump

Daughter of Trump. Related: Once more, Ivanka Trump steps into spotlight for her father

Donald Trump

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