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Protesters walk as U.S. Capitol Police officers watch in a hallway near the Senate chamber at the Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021, near the Ohio Clock.

Lawmakers in Lancaster County and across Pennsylvania have condemned supporters of President Donald J. Trump who have breached the U.S. Capitol.

Trump had appeared earlier Wednesday at a rally and had urged his supporters to march to the Capitol — at one point even suggesting he would join them. He is upset that he lost the presidential election to Democrat Joe Biden and has falsely claimed voter fraud to explain it away.

Here's a look at reactions from some lawmakers who have sounded off on social media:


Gov. Tom Wolf


Rep. Scott Perry


Sen. Bob Casey


Sen. Pat Toomey


Sen. Ryan Aument


Rep. Lloyd Smucker


Lancaster County Commissioner Josh Parsons


Lancaster County Commissioner Ray D'Agostino


Speaker of Pa. House Bryan Cutler and House Majority Leader Kerry Benninghoff

This story will be updated as other lawmakers post their reactions.


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