From the July 21 edition of Fox News' The Kelly File:
MEGYN KELLY (HOST): How do you grade the convention so far?
MO ELLEITHEE: I think this convention has been an unmitigated disaster for the Republican Party. I really do. I think this has been a party that has been full of division, intra-party squabbling, of candidates who have -- speakers who have sought to divide more than unite.
KELLY: You think that next week it's going to be all about uniting and no division in Philly?
ELLEITHEE: Here's going to be the big difference. I think that next week the signal coming out of the DNC is that a lot of the candidates are going to -- they'll hit Donald Trump, but they're going to try to make a forceful case for Hillary Clinton. There have not been a lot of speakers here, who have actually given --
KELLY: His children
ELLEITHEE: Other than his children, other than the people who shared his last name or share the ballot with him -- his running mate did it. You don't hear a lot of people making a forceful case for Donald Trump from the stage.