ANTI-TRUMP FORCES MAKE-LAST DITCH EFFORT
Delegates hoping to upend Donald Trump's nomination are attempting a last-gasp effort to fight back as the Republican National Convention kicks off on Monday. A group of anti-Trump delegates submitted signatures to try to force a vote on the rules of the convention -- a procedure normally done quickly at the start of each convention. The move is an attempt to allow Trump opponents a platform to argue against the presumptive nominee and the Republican National Committee, who have worked together to stamp down any move to somehow block the billionaire from winning the nomination. The rules package maintains that delegates must remain bound to their particular candidate and cannot vote their "conscience," which in theory could mean Trump doesn't win on the first ballot.