The Republican National Convention just started Monday and there was already chaos on the floor when delegates from ten states called for a roll call vote.
Protests broke out on the convention floor as anti-Trump delegates tried to file a petition to force a vote to change the convention rules, CNN reports. The change would unbind delegates and allow them to vote their conscience.
As the chaos was unfolding and reporters were relaying it on Twitter, some users took it as an opportunity to mock the GOP and its controversial presumptive nominee, Donald Trump. Here are some of the best examples.
RNC officials at the #gopconvention https://t.co/HqFnjc6Tom— Joe Green (@Joe Green)1468873679.0
LIVE SHOT OF THE #GOPCONVENTION https://t.co/8IIlNk3cOY— Juan Escalante (@Juan Escalante)1468873686.0
THIS IS GOING GREAT EVERYONE #RNCinCLE— Judd Legum (@Judd Legum)1468874718.0
As delegates revolt at #RNCinCLE, I picture @HillaryClinton sitting in an office somewhere like https://t.co/kQAbKhSunR— Emily C. Singer (@Emily C. Singer)1468874659.0
Tell Mrs. Ned Stark of the great state of Winterfell that her husband won't be coming home #RNCinCLE #spolier https://t.co/oD3WktuCjN— TBogg (@TBogg)1468874661.0
Oh, this is too good: the official #RNCinCLE photo is being taken with big holes where the CO and IA delegations should be.— Nathaniel Rakich (@Nathaniel Rakich)1468874982.0