Boos for Cruz and More Scenes from Day Three of GOP Convention
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence accepted the GOP nomination for vice president and Ted Cruz failed to endorse Trump on day three of the convention.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump shakes hands after arriving near the site of the Republican National Convention on Wednesday, July 20 in Cleveland. Trump will formally accept the nomination of the Republican Party on Thursday, the last day of the four-day convention.
Protesters wear "Wall Off Trump" signs near the Quicken Loans Center.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and wife Callista look over the podium during a sound check before the start of the third day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
Supporters of the "Revolutionary Communist Party, USA" burn the U.S. flag outside the gates of the Quicken Loans Arena.
Delegates stand during the National Anthem.
Convention delegates hold up signs that read "America Deserves Better Than Hillary."
A protester screams after being detained following a demonstration near the convention site.
Jim Walsh from Connecticut watches as Sen. Ted Cruz addresses delegates.
A delegate with illuminated glasses waits for the session to begin.
A delegate applauds the speech of Sen. Ted Cruz.
Attendees boo Sen. Ted Cruz as it became clear that he was not going to endorse Donald Trump. Cruz urged the nation to vote for "freedom" up and down the ballot but offered no direct endorsement.
Political talk radio host Laura Ingraham speaks at the Quicken Loans Arena.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence gestures before addressing the convention. Pence formally accepted the GOP nomination for vice president Wednesday night with a speech that introduced him to an American public still largely unfamiliar with him.
Delegates cheer on the floor of the convention. The cost of the convention for the Republican Party will run some $64 million. There 2,472 delegates at the convention and 2,302 alternates.
Sen. Ted Cruz flashes a thumbs-up as he leaves the stage.