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RNC Night Two features naturalization ceremony, presidential pardon, all at the White House

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The White House served as the backdrop for several key parts of the Trump campaign’s pitch at the Republican National Convention. President Donald Trump used the White House to host a naturalization ceremony and pardon an ex-felon who started a charity for former inmates as part of the convention programming — blurring the lines between the presidency and the campaign.