New Hampshire Republican delegate Gordon Humphrey had some sharp words Monday to describe the way his party is managing its convention.
The former U.S. Senator was among a group of so-called Never Trump delegates trying to force a roll call vote on the proposed convention rules, leading to a chaotic scene on the first day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.
The effort by Humphrey and others was ultimately shut down after the roll call was rejected following a series of voice votes.
Speaking to MSNBC afterward, Humphrey criticized the process.