(Left) Pro-Donald Trump buttons for sale on the street in Cleveland. (Center) A large screen truck with a photo of President Ronald Reagan can be seen through a crowd as it is stopped at a light. (Right) Supporters listen to speakers at a pro-Trump rally on Tuesday. Gabriella Demczuk for NPR hide caption

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Owen Shroyer, from St. Louis, Mo., says he is voting for Trump because something has to change. Eyder Peralta/NPR hide caption

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Bob Koontz from Florida

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"Hillary for Prison" merchandise is a top-seller at the dozens of vendor stands outside of the Republican National Convention in downtown Cleveland. Nathan Rott/NPR hide caption

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Selling Merchandise Outside Of RNC, Politics Come Second

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Former President George W. Bush (above); his father, former President George H.W. Bush; and brother Jeb Bush, who ran for president this year, will not be attending this week's Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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People gather onstage July 16 as preparations take place inside Quicken Loans Arena for the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. The convention is set to run July 18-21. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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The Quicken Loans Arena is decorated to welcome the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Angelo Merendino/Getty Images hide caption

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Some Trump RNC Delegates Surprised About Paying Their Own Way To Cleveland

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Guns won't be allowed inside the Quicken Loans Arena where the RNC will take place but will be in protest zones outside the convention. Mark Gillispie/AP hide caption

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Some Delegates May Carry Guns Around Cleveland During Republican Convention

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Workers prepare a camera platform inside Quicken Loans Arena in preparation for the Republican National Convention on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, in Cleveland. Mark Gillispie/AP hide caption

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Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James cheers along with the crowd during a parade Wednesday in downtown Cleveland to celebrate the team's 2016 NBA championship. Aaron Josefczyk/Reuters hide caption

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Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally April 6 in Bethpage, N.Y. While New York was key for Trump in racking up delegates, there aren't many contests remaining and he is still short of a majority. Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images hide caption

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