Romney takes center stage in final night of the RNC
TAMPA, Fla. -- Presidential candidate Mitt Romney officially accepted his parties nomination in the final night of the Republican National Convention.
In his nomination acceptance speech he focused on his values and what he is calling his vision for how to lead America back to prosperity.
He also said that President Obama does not deserve a second term.
A new Reuter's poll shows Mitt Romney has a small lead over President Obama.
Clint Eastwood provides a bit comic relief
There was also a mystery guest speaker for the final night of the RNC.
Legendary actor and director Clint Eastwood got a few laughs for interviewing an "invisible" President Obama.
That really started trending on Twitter tonight.