Republicans are preparing to formally introduce Donald Trump as their nominee for president tonight, but many are still talking about Trump's wife, Melania, and her speech on Monday night.
FOX's Rachel Sutherland reports from Cleveland:
The internet blew up over Melania Trump's speech and whether part of it was taken from Michelle Obama's Democratic convention address in 2008.
Campaign manager Paul Manafort pointed the finger at the Clinton camp and at the media:
(Manafort) "The American people did focus on what her message was. You all are focusing on trying to distort that message in some respects."
Manafort said the campaign is ready to move on from the controversy. Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus told a Bloomberg Politics breakfast that if it's true he'd fire Mrs. Trump's speechwriter if it were up to him.
At the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.