CLEVELAND (WJBK) - As Republicans hope to turn the focus off of Melania Trump and back to the candidate, the Never Trump movement promises to continue to object to Donald Trump as the candidate.
FOX News learned that members of the 'Never Trump' movement plan to grab the microphone Tuesday night and make their opinions about the presumptive nominee be heard: they don't want Trump as the candidate and are lobbying for Ted Cruz to get the bid instead.
Day two at the Republican National Convention's theme: Make America Work again.
But talk centered around another theme early Tuesday in Cleveland: making America hear the same speech again.
Melania Trump was under the magnifying glass on Tuesday after her Monday night speech sparking controversy. She's accused of borrowing several lines from a speech by First Lady Michelle Obama in 2008.
"The values that you work hard for what you want in life, that your word is your bond and you do what you say and keep your promise, that you treat people with respect," Melania said Monday.
Eight years ago, Mrs. Obama said: "And Barack and I were raised with so many of the same values: like, you work hard for what you want in life, that your word is your bond, that you do what you say you're going to do."
Her speech dominated the headlines on Tuesday but Republicans and Trump hope that changes Tuesday when the focus turns to two men who fought fiercely against Donald Trump: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Detroit native Dr. Ben Carson. The two now wax poetic in support of the man they say is the one to lead the nation.
Carson will take on money during his speech at day two of the Republican National Convention.
"My message is that we are putting the future in grave jeopardy by continuing to escalate our debt. The fiscal gap is widening and we're basically compromising our future for our children. Solving that is not a difficult issue, it's a matter of common sense: you don't spend what you don't have," Carson said.
"If you're not voting for Donald Trump, you're working for Hillary Clinton. Let me be clear, Donald Trump was not my first choice for President, I was," Christie said.
Another anticipated appearance will be by Speaker of the House and chairman of the convention Paul Ryan who has kept a low profile after his lukewarm support of the presumptive Republican nominee.
These speeches are meant to capture the minds of Americans, namely the men and women who are attending the convention and the delegates.
The roll call is set to take place after 6 pm. That's when the Never Trump movement is expected to make their voices heard on the floor.