President Donald Trump gave a balanced acceptance speech for the renomination of the Republican Party—a second term in the management of his nation’s destiny.

Nearly 10 million people saw and heard President Trump respond to his party at the pinnacle event that concluded the Republican National Convention, through Fox News alone, and several million more through the other lower-rated media.

The Fox News average was 7.8 million people.

“That figure is the highest primetime total viewership average for any political party convention in cable news history,” said Fox News.

The event took place outdoors on the South Lawn of the White House with more than 1,000 guests in attendance.

“My fellow Americans, tonight, with a heart full of gratitude and boundless optimism, I proudly accept the nomination for president of the United States,” Trump said, followed by the chorus of “Four More Years” from those attending the event.

Trump then told his listeners why he believed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden did not have the qualities to lead the country and ended with his positive promises.

Election Day “will decide whether we will defend the American way of life or whether we will allow a radical movement to completely dismantle and destroy it” Trump presented the basic choices to the voters.

“And on November 3rd, we will make America safer, we will make America stronger, we will make America prouder, and we will make America greater than ever before! Thank you, God Bless You. God Bless America!” he said.

We expect the both parties will switch into high gear now that the conventions are over—each seeking victory.

The statistics in favor of Trump continue to rise, presenting less and less difference with Biden’s data, in some aspects even considered to be equal. Only two presidents in U.S. history have failed to win a second term.