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Tonight's speaker list for the Republican National Convention

The 13-month build-up to Donald J. Trump's pursuit of the White House takes its next big step this evening.

That's when Trump is expected to accept the nomination for president at the fourth and final day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Tonight's theme, "Make America One Again," will focus on unifying the country, according to the GOP's convention website.

"Donald Trump will move our country beyond the divisive identity politics that have been holding us back by restoring leadership, building trust, and focusing on our shared love of country and our common goal of making America great again," the agenda item for Thursday stated.

Earlier today, the full text of Trump's speech was revealed by One of the central themes will be restoring "law and order" to the nation.

Trump's oldest daughter, Ivanka, will provide the warmup for the New York billionaire, who is the last scheduled speaker of the night.

Children of presidential candidate Donald Trump, from left, Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Tiffany Trump look on as their father speaks after his arrival outside the Great Lakes Science Center as he arrives in Cleveland for the Republican National Convention on Wednesday. Ivanka is scheduled to speak at tonight's events just before her father is expected to accept the nomination for president. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News)

Ivanka Trump, middle, will provide the warm-up for her father's acceptance of the Republican nomination. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News)

Here is the full expected list of tonight's speakers, according to the Republican National Committee:

Brock Mealer, a motivational speaker

U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee

Gov. Mary Fallin of Oklahoma

Dr. Lisa Shin of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump

Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee

Jerry Falwell Jr., Liberty University president

Peter Thiel, a venture capitalist

Tom Barrack, CEO of Colony Capital

Ivanka Trump, the nominee's daughter and executive vice president of the Trump Organization

Donald J. Trump, the 2016 Republican nominee for President



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