Crews work to transform the stage for the final night of the RNC
Tampa, Florida - It's usually quiet on the floor of the Republican National Convention in the morning, but it's busy Thursday morning as crews build out the stage for the biggest night of the week.
Thursday night, Mitt Romney will wrap up the Republican National Convention when he accepts the Republican nomination for president.
Senator Marco Rubio will introduce him. He says his speech will be about why Romney should be president and compare his policies to President Obama's.
Former Florida Governor, Jeb Bush will also take the stage. He's the only Bush that is making an appearance. He will speak after Representative Connie Mack and Former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich.
The speculation Thursday is that Clint Eastwood will be the surprise guest speaker before Senator Rubio. The movie star endorsed Romney earlier this month saying quote, "the country needs a boost."
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