Melania Shines. Pompeo Flops. Cameron's Star Only Kinda Rises

Night Two of the Republican National Convention was once again a family affair with son Eric and daughter Tiffany taking the stage alongside First Lady Melania Trump. Also on stage was firebrand Pam Bondi and Kentucky AG and hopeful GOP rising star Daniel Cameron. The First Lady stole the evening with Twitter providing high praise and 72 percent positives for her elegance and "absolutely wonderful" speech. However, much of the ramp up to the event was focused on Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's addresses which broke precedence, Pompeo's own directive keeping Staters out of the election fray, and, according to most Democrats, the Hatch Act. Twitter gave the Secretary a piece of its mind with 72 percent negatives and "dismay" over his appearance. The would be star of the night, Daniel Cameron failed to win over Twitter as hoped. While the Kentucky AG did receive accolades for his speech, he was also the target of attacks over his failure to prosecute the officers responsible for the killing of Breonna Taylor in her apartment as a result of gunfire exchanged when police executed a "no knock" warrant at Ms. Taylor's residence. Daniel Cameron is pulling only 53 percent positives in Twitter.