(WTNH)–Among the speakers at night one of the Democratic National Convention was Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy. The day was marred by an email scandal and the resignation of Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, as well as tension among the delegates.
Was it the start the Democrats were hoping for?
“I don’t know. I’m in the hall, and quite frankly, I think the booing has been a little bit overplayed,” Malloy said. “There’s still some partisan–you know, the Sanders people wanted Sanders and the Hillary people wanted Hillary, but nobody wants Trump, and it’s all going to work out.”
Malloy’s speech pointed out what he calls the effectiveness of Democratic governors around the country, a job which he insists he is not living.
Watch our interview with Malloy in the video above.