The mob that rioted at the U.S. Capitol, searing disturbing images into the minds of the American public, had a similar impact on politically savvy attorneys from all ends of the political spectrum.

While agreeing that the insurrection as sad, appalling and horrible, where they disagree is how the attack could impact President Donald Trump’s legacy and the wider reputation of the Republican Party. We talked with lawyers across the country, from Texas to New York to Florida, who hail from the Republican, Democratic and Libertarian parties, to ask how the Capitol riot may impact Trump’s legacy as president.

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