Ted Cruz of Texas was drowned out by boos after refusing to endorse Donald Trump, his party's nominee for president.
"He's a chicken", said Eugene Delgaudio, a delegate from Sterling, Virginia, who clucked like a chicken when asked about Cruz's decision.
Ted Cruz's speech at the Republican National Convention did not go over well with one of the party's most prominent donor's - billionaire Sheldon Adelson.
"To me it doesn't matter if he was your first or 17th pick", Walker said, noting he pledged to support the party's nominee a year ago. "I don't understand what's wrong with telling people to vote their conscience, unless you have none", Gramm said.
Trump's daughter Ivanka introduced her father before the speech.
"Hillary Clinton's legacy does not have to be America's legacy", Trump will say.
"As president, my father will change the labor laws that were put in place at a time when women weren't a significant portion of the workplace, and he will focus on making quality childcare affordable and accessible for all", Ivanka Trump said.
Last night was the final day of the Republican National Convention.
The unabashed political outsider is the Republican Party's presidential nominee and now has the task of unify a party that's fracturing before his eyes.
Mr Cruz is right of course, on economic issues Trump is liberal by the standards of the Republican Party. "And that pledge was not a blanket commitment that if you slander and attack Heidi I'm going to nonetheless go like a servile puppy dog". "I just don't know why Cruz did this". "No big deal", Trump tweeted.
Cruz spoke to the Texas delegation at a breakfast meeting, fielding questions from its members, and he explained his presence there despite the disastrous convention appearance by saying, "It would have been easy to turn tail and run, but that ain't going to happen".
Much of Pence's speech echoed his comments when Trump officially announced him as the vice presidential candidate last Saturday.
Cruz's speech was another stumble at a convention marked by several missteps, including a speech by Trump's wife, Melania, that included lines similar to those in a 2008 Democratic convention speech by President Barack Obama's wife, Michelle.
"If we're not going to do that, why do we have elections? I think she's done very, very well". The campaign said she volunteered her time to help the campaign and to write the speech, so there was no need to report her as a paid employee on official campaign filings. What are your thoughts on Donald Trump's convention speech?