The RNC is officially underway.
And all eyes in the political world are on Cleveland, including those of Bexar County Democratic Party Chairman Manuel Medina.
“We hope both parties project a message of unity,” he said. He hopes for “a message of bringing people together to fae the challenges that we have in America today.”
He said the Republicans are facing a bit of an internal war, flamed in part by the presumptive nominee and his staff…even on day one of the RNC.
“I mean, as I understand, the Trump campaign has sent people out to attack the Republican Governor of Ohio, John Kasich, pretty much ostracizing him from the actual convention,” Medina said.
And he said the Trump campaign has criticized Mitt Romney and John McCain for not showing up in Cleveland this week.
All this, he said, isn’t good because a strong GOP and a strong Democratic Party are needed to address the challenges in this country.