Ordinarily, political party meetings to set presidential nominating convention rules are routine affairs. But not this year. Members of the Republican Standing Rules Committee meet in Florida today, and a power struggle has erupted.
Some committee members support a rules change that would make it easier for delegates to have their say at the convention this summer and potentially pick a nominee other than Donald Trump, but the Republican Party chairman is against making rules changes right now.
This segment aired on April 21, 2016.