Photos: RNC Convention 2016, Day 3

Republican presidential nominee sits with his daughters Ivanka and Tiffany during his son Eric's speech on the third day of the Republican National Convention. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight) Republican presidential nominee sits with his daughters Ivanka and Tiffany during his son Eric's speech on the third day of the Republican National Convention. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)

The third day of the Republican National Convention proved to be the liveliest one yet. Donald Trump made an appearance, Ted Cruz was booed for not endorsing Trump and Mike Pence accepted the Republican vice presidential nomination.

The law enforcement presence outside of the Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday seemed more dominant than the two previous days as protesters, bystanders and Trump supporters filled the streets of downtown Cleveland.

Below, photos from day three of the convention. More photos: Day one | Day two

Get more coverage of the RNC from "Chicago Tonight" here.

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence accepts the Republican vice presidential nomination on the third day of the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, sitting front and center at the RNC, speaks to his wife and son during Cruz’s RNC speech. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Cleveland native Hanif Phelps, 31, protests on East Fourth Street. “I’m trying to better represent the All Lives Matter movement,” Phelps said. “We cannot exclude any other demographics.” (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A man sells American flags next to street performers on Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Omarosa Manigault, who made her television debut on the first season of Donald Trump’s "The Apprentice" TV series, sits in the audience on Wednesday. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A musician supporting Donald Trump speaks with a patron of a neighboring bar. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Florida Gov. Rick Scott speaks on Wednesday, the third night of the RNC. "We need a president who isn't politically correct," Scott said. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A man walks down East Fourth Street with a “Dump Trump” sign. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz speaks at the RNC. Cruz refused to endorse Donald Trump at the convention. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


New York delegates boo Sen. Ted Cruz during his speech. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Conservative radio talk show host Laura Ingraham addresses the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Delegates from Texas jeer at CNN’s press box during Laura Ingraham’s speech. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


45-year-old Vishavjit Singh from New York and 73-year-old Lou Pumphrey of Shaker Heights, Ohio peacefully protest on East Fourth Street. “Our message is to promote peace and tolerance,” Pumphrey said. “We’re all children of the same creator.” (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


The Georgia State Patrol stands guard outside of the Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker speaks at the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Donald Trump’s son Eric speaks at the RNC on Wednesday night. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Supporters for Donald Trump cheer during Eric Trump's speech. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Toinight)


Protester Hanif Phelps debates with two men on East Fourth Street. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Rev. Bob Palisin, 78, of North Carolina stands on Euclid Avenue in downtown Cleveland. “Mr. Trump can be a reincarnation of Teddy Roosevelt by turning things around and putting the power back to the people,” Palisin said. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich speaks to the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Delegates from New York sitting near the front of the stage at the Quicken Loans Arena. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Law enforcement riding bicycles down Euclid Avenue. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


South Carolina Rep. and former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford with his son on the floor of the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight


Former Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson leaves the floor of the RNC on Wednesday. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A view from above on East Fourth Street, where much of the action outside the RNC is centered. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Delegates from Texas near their delegation's area on the floor. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


A man jokes with law enforcement on Euclid Avenue. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Two Trump supporters outside of the Quicken Loans Arena. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Followers of the Hare Krishna movement make their way down East Fourth Street. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi delivers her speech on Wednesday night. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)  


A man holds an anti-Hillary Clinton sign during Ted Cruz's remarks. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)


Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump watches his son Eric's speech with daughter Ivanka on the third night of the RNC. (Evan Garcia / Chicago Tonight)

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