Manafort: GOP Presidential Nominating Process a ‘System of the 1920s — Not 2016’

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Paul Manafort, the convention manager for Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump, discussed his candidate’s quest for the 1,237 delegates necessary to clinch the 2016 GOP nomination. Manafort acknowledged the system is what it is when comes to certain states’ allotment of delegates, but he criticized it as being closed and as a relic of the past. Transcript as follows: STEPHANOPOULOS: Let’s talk about it then now with the convention managers, starting with Paul Manafort for Mr. Trump. Thank you for joining us this morning. PAUL MANAFORT, CONVENTION MANAGER, TRUMP PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN: Good morning. STEPHANOPOULOS: So