CLEVELAND, July 21 (UPI) -- The Republican National Convention will shift its focus Thursday to "Make America One Again" with speakers who include RNC Chairman Reince Priebus and evangelical leader Jerry Falwell, Jr., and capped off with Donald Trump formally accepting the party's nomination for president.
The prime time programming, which begins at 7 p.m. EDT, will focus on the "serious challenges at home and threats from abroad" and "leadership that will focus on what unites us, not what divides us," the RNC website said.
Other speakers include Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, venture capitalist Peter Thiel, motivational speaker Brock Mealer, Trump's daughter Ivanka and Colony Capital CEO Tom Barrack. Also speaking will be New Mexico delegate Dr. Lisa Shin, a Korean-American optometrist and member of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump.
"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 RNC said.
Thursday's theme follows the previous themes of "Make America Work Again" and "Make America First Again." In the past days, speakers have included Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who was booed off stage after declining to endorse Trump.