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July 17, 2016

Christie among speakers announced for Republican National Convention

A list of speakers for the Republican National Convention in Cleveland was released on Sunday, CEO of the 2016 Republican National Convention Jeff Larson announced.

The event will feature "an unconventional lineup of speakers who have real-world experience and will make a serious case against the status quo and for an agenda that will make America great again," according to a press release.

Related: Bernie Sanders among headline speakers at DNC in Philly

The convention will take place at the Quicken Loans Arena from July 18 to 21.

Here's what viewers can expect this week:

Monday: Make America Safe Again

Headliners: Melania Trump, retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn, Senator Joni Ernst, Jason Beardsley and Representative Ryan Zinke.

Focus: The terrorist attacks on United States soil and overseas that have left Americans vulnerable. The immigration system that has threatened national security and other negative consequences.

Tuesday: Make America Work Again

Headliners: Donald Trump Jr., Senator Shelley Moore Capito, Ben Carson and Kimberlin Brown.

Note: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will also speak during prime time.

Focus: Stagnant economic growth under the Obama administration. Donald Trump's record of creating jobs and experience to help the economy.

Wednesday: Make America First Again

Headliners: Lynne Patton, Eric Trump, former Speaker Newt Gingrich and his wife, Callista, and presumptive vice presidential nominee Mike Pence.

Focus: The system of government created by the Founding Fathers had lifted people out of poverty through opportunity and prosperity. Poor leadership has weakened America's place in the world.

Thursday: Make America One Again

Headliners: Peter Thiel, Tom Barrack, Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump

Focus: The ability of Donald Trump to move the United States past divisive identity politics by restoring leadership.