Anti-Trump effort slow to start in Cleveland

Two days into the preliminary meetings, there’s little sign the anti-Trump movement is taking hold.

Republican National Committee members and delegates gathered in Cleveland for this week’s battle have thus far largely brushed aside the effort to change the convention rules and allow delegates to vote for any candidate.

“Whether you supported Donald Trump along the way or not: He. Is. Our. Nominee,” said RNC Rules Committee Chairman Bruce Ash Tuesday.

Others have gone further — in one scene Tuesday afternoon, a key RNC member confronted an anti-Trump organizer he said was behind radio ads attacking him.