GOP reveals speaker list for next week's convention

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On Thursday, Republican National Convention CEO Jeff Larson released the partial list of names scheduled to speak at the event in Cleveland next week.

The list of more than 60 names includes multiple members of presumptive party nominee Donald Trump's family, a few rumored running mates, and a number of former foes from the heated primary season.

Trump's children, Eric, Ivanka, Tiffany and Donald Jr., are listed as speakers along with the presumptive presidential candidate's wife, Melania.

Click through high-profile Republican figures skipping or refusing to speak at the GOP convention:

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Mitt Romney won't attend the GOP convention. 

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U.S. Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) won't attend the GOP convention. 

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President George W. Bush won't attend the GOP convention. 

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U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R - FL.) has said he won't speak on behalf of Donald Trump at the convention, but has been added to Wednesday's primetime speaker list. 

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Ohio Governor John Kasich has attended the convention, but not at main stage events.

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President George H.W. Bush won't attend the convention. 

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Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) won't attend the convention. 

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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) won't attend the convention. 

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Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) won't attend the convention. 

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South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley is reportedly refusing to speak at the GOP convention. 

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Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) is reportedly refusing to speak at the GOP convention. 

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Familiar names from the GOP primaries that made the cut include retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, Sen. Ted Cruz, Gov. Chris Christie and Gov. Scott Walker.

There are also a few unconventional guests featured on the list. Dana White, president of the UFC, is slated to speak, along with former NFL star Tim Tebow, according to The New York Times.

Other high-profile speakers include House Speaker Paul Ryan, Sen. Mitch McConnell, former Gov. Mike Huckabee, and president of Liberty University Jerry Falwell Jr.

Previous Republican nominee Mitt Romney, who said he's "just not ready" to get behind Trump, is one of the more notable names missing from the list of speakers.

Former Gov. Sarah Palin will also be absent from next week's event. The vocal Trump backer reportedly will be missing the convention due to it being "a long ways away" from Alaska.

The full list released on Thursday can be found below:

Pastor Mark Burns

Phil Ruffin

Congressman Ryan Zinke

Pat Smith

Mark Geist

John Tiegen

Congressman Michael McCaul

Sheriff David Clarke

Congressman Sean Duffy

Darryl Glenn

Senator Tom Cotton

Karen Vaughn

Governor Mike Huckabee

Mayor Rudy Giuliani

Melania Trump

Senator Joni Ernst

Kathryn Gates-Skipper

Marcus Luttrell

Dana White

Governor Asa Hutchinson

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge

Michael Mukasey

Andy Wist

Senator Jeff Sessions

Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn

Alex Smith

Speaker Paul Ryan

Congressman Kevin McCarthy

Kerry Woolard .

Senator Shelley Moore Capito

Dr. Ben Carson

Co-Chair Sharon Day

Natalie Gulbis

Kimberlin Brown

Antonio Sabato, Jr.

Peter Thiel

Eileen Collins

Senator Ted Cruz

Newt Gingrich

Michelle Van Etten

Lynne Patton

Eric Trump

Harold Hamm

Congressman Chris Collins

Brock Mealer

Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn

Governor Mary Fallin

Darrell Scott

Lisa Shin

Governor Rick Scott

Chairman Reince Priebus

Tom Barrack

Ivanka Trump

Attorney General Pam Bondi

Jerry Falwell Jr.

Rabbi Haskel Lookstein

Chris Cox

Senator Mitch McConnell

Tiffany Trump

Governor Chris Christie

Donald J. Trump Jr.

Governor Scott Walker

BY: WILLIAM STEAKIN

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