California delegates Kim Dalbow-Vann, from left, Julie LaGrande and Shari Clark (and visible in the next row Fresno’s Michael Der Manouel Jr.) cheer as pro-Trump delegates chant “USA USA” to drown out shouts by anti-Trump delegates who were calling for a roll call vote on a rules measure at the Republican National Convention.
California delegates Kim Dalbow-Vann, from left, Julie LaGrande and Shari Clark (and visible in the next row Fresno’s Michael Der Manouel Jr.) cheer as pro-Trump delegates chant “USA USA” to drown out shouts by anti-Trump delegates who were calling for a roll call vote on a rules measure at the Republican National Convention. Brian van der Brug Los Angeles Times
California delegates Kim Dalbow-Vann, from left, Julie LaGrande and Shari Clark (and visible in the next row Fresno’s Michael Der Manouel Jr.) cheer as pro-Trump delegates chant “USA USA” to drown out shouts by anti-Trump delegates who were calling for a roll call vote on a rules measure at the Republican National Convention. Brian van der Brug Los Angeles Times

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