CLEVELAND (KGO) --One political convention is down with one more to go. With the last week belonging to the Republicans, Hillary Clinton's camp is gearing up to take the spotlight.
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A vice presidential choice could come as early as Friday.
Clinton's campaign is working hard to keep her VP choice a secret -- she doesn't want a leak.
In Donald Trump's Republican National Convention speech Thursday night, he painted a pretty dire picture of America today and sold himself as the law and order answer.
FULL TEXT: Donald Trump's 2016 Republican National Convention speech
"The crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon come to an end." "This is the legacy of Hillary Clinton - death, destruction, terrorism and weakness. Let's defeat her in November," Trump said.
Notice Trump didn't say "Crooked Hillary," and waved off the most popular chant of this convention: "Lock her up."
As for the presumptive Democratic nominee, there are two men sources say are most likely to get the VP phone call on Friday - Virginia Senator Tim Kaine or Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.
The likely candidate is Kaine who, not coincidentally, comes from an important swing state.
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