— -- The tensions and divisions among Democratic delegates could be seen and heard in the Wells Fargo Arena this evening, as loud booing overshadowed the start of proceedings at the Democratic National Convention.
A 360 view of the arena, hosted by ABC News' David Muir, showcased divisions among delegates, many of whom were angered by an email scandal involving outgoing Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who resigned in the wake of a leak of DNC emails.
"Bernie supporters say that the DNC has been behind Hillary Clinton all along," Muir said of the reaction to the leaked emails.
As a string of different speakers took the podium, supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders at various points broke into chants of "Bernie! Bernie!"
Others shouted "No TPP" in protest of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.