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The inevitable has finally been confirmed. After months of campaigning, hateful rhetoric and plagiarised speeches, Donald J Trump has been officially named as the Republican candidate for president.
The business mogul was formally nominated after GOP delegates from across the country took turns to announce their primary election votes at the party's convention in Cleveland on Tuesday night.
Among those voting for Trump were representatives of South Dakota. But not all among them were best pleased with the result.
Isaac Latterell, a member of the house of representatives, who's said some pretty controversial things himself in the past, had this reaction which was picked up by TV cameras:
He later told the local Argus Leader newspaper:
I just think that it’s a sad day for the Republican party. I don’t think that the candidate that was chosen has a chance of winning the election, or being different than the other nominee.
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