That small section of Melania Trump's roughly 15-minute speech, a highlight of the opening day of the convention, was similar to part of Michelle Obama's speech in 2008 in support of her husband Barack Obama.
Kasich is to address the NAACP national convention in Cincinnati on Sunday evening.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Ohio Congressman Steve Chabot and other Republicans will be in attendance.
The Republican National Convention starts Monday, and Williams said in a Sunday appearance on CBS' "Face the Nation" he expects groups of all stripes to be vocal throughout the four-day convention when reality TV star and businessman Donald Trump presumably will be named the party's nominee for president.
Convention CEO Jeff Larson said that organizers remained confident in the security measures now in place and did not expect Kasich to take any new action.
A senior Trump communications adviser, Jason Miller, acknowledged in a statement that Melania Trump's team of writers "in some instances included fragments that reflected her own thinking". "It is kindness, love and compassion that will bring us together and keep us together". The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently determined she was "extremely careless" in the handling of the national security material, but said her actions did not warrant criminal charges. Pence will headline the Wednesday session that focuses on how to "Make America First Again".
Kasich says the bonds between communities and police must be reset and rebuilt. "If Hillary Clinton can't give us the truth, why should we give her the presidency?"
Trump has been a polarizing figure in the presidential race since his controversial announcement speech. "I tell a lot of people who don't like him necessarily, I say, 'Well wait till you see who he picks for vice president'".
Michelle Obama in 2008: "And I come here as a daughter raised on the South Side of Chicago by a father who was a blue-collar city worker and a mother who stayed at home with my brother and me". Unlike Rudy and the others, Melania came off as honest, as someone who actually believed what she was saying, that Trump is a man who loves America and can get things done and win. But recent events, including a terror attack in Nice, France, last week and the fatal ambush of police officers in Dallas and Louisiana have heightened concerns about what might happen in Cleveland. "He's embarrassing his state, frankly", Manafort said. Three law enforcement officers from Baton Rouge were killed and three others wounded in a repeat of deadly assault against police officers.
"He's surrounding himself with a lot of great people and that's the key to getting a lot of folks on board", said former U.S. Sen.