"I think he needs to lay out some clear policy views, " Kansas Governor Sam Brownback told the AP news agency.
Mr Trump renewed his promise to "build a great border wall" along the frontier with Mexico and also said the USA should "immediately suspend immigration from any nation that has been compromised by terrorism until such time as proven vetting mechanisms have been put in place".
Ivanka explained that she doesn't identify as a Republican or a Democrat, saying that as a millennial, "more than party affiliation, I [vote] on what I believe is right for my family and for my country". "The irresponsible rhetoric of our president, who has used the pulpit of the presidency to divide us by race and color, has made America a more unsafe environment for everyone". "Beginning on January 20, 2017, safety will be restored", Trump said.
And a graph released by the company shows that searches only increased after Trump delivered his address - where he made a series of forceful promises in a 75-minute speech nearly entirely lacking in policy details.
"Not only have our citizens endured domestic disaster, but they have lived through one global humiliation after another. His vision of America is one where we Americans are kind of helpless, we need to be rescued", Clinton said.
Trump also launched a series of attacks on his Democratic Party rival Hillary Clinton, accusing her of keeping "our rigged system in place" and leaving "death, destruction and weakness" as her legacy. All days of the convention have featured speakers excoriating the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, particularly focusing on the Benghazi attacks and chants of "Lock her up!".
After years of the two major parties seemingly growing closer on many things, this change in agenda suggests the arrival of a recharged and realigned second party. Trump's only reference to the bruising nominating process came toward the end of his speech, when he briefly deviated from his prepared remarks to comment on those who said he had no chance of becoming the nominee: "Oh, we love defeating those people, don't we?"
"These are the forgotten men and women of our country and they are forgotten but they're not going to be forgotten long". This was the American people who selected him.
"I will do everything in my power to protect our LGBTQ citizens from the violence. of the hateful foreign ideology", he said to some cheers from the crowd.
The businessman, 70, is expected to deliver a scripted speech with the hopes of allaying party tensions and rallying both Republican leaders and the millions of Americans tuning in for the address.
"I am your voice". "Stand and speak, and vote your conscience". You just don't see that very often. To all Americans tonight in all of our cities and in all of our towns, I make this promise - we will make America strong again.
Then, Mr Trump sparked more questions about his Oval Office readiness by suggesting in an interview that the United States might not defend America's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation partners with him as president.
He said to keep the USA safe, it needed to keep its borders secure.
At one point during the speech, it seemed like Cruz was going to endorse his former rival, but then didn't.
At times, the speech was drowned out by the cheering crowds in the arena of the Republican National Convention.