Yoni Appelbaum writes in The Atlantic that Trump's "I alone can fix it" line broke with two centuries of American political tradition. (It also brings to mind a great 90s jam.)
Putting the man in Paul Manafort, Trump's campaign chief said the mogul's bid will get support from women whose "husbands can't afford … paying for the family's bills." (Politico)
A pro-Hillary Clinton Super PAC got an early leak of Trump's speech from a "Republican source." (Politico)
Time's Jay Newton-Small says Ivanka Trump stole the show with an uplifting address.
Despite a lot of hype, the streets of Cleveland were calm all week. (Toledo Blade)
Don't forget about the Dems
Cory Booker showed up in Cleveland amid heightened veep talk. (Politico)
Liberals are not keen on Tim Kaine as Clinton's running mate. (Politico)
Now onto the main event, The Donald:
An odd musical choice for the post-speech balloon drop:
Hillary Clinton will announce her vice presidential choice as soon as today, with the Democrats gathering in Philadelphia starting Monday for a convention of their own. Aaron Gould Sheinin has you covered for everything you need to know about the DNC.