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WISCONSIN — Some Wisconsin elected officials have begun calling for President Donald J. Trump's removal of office following Wednesday's riots on the Capitol building.

Most have taken to social media to condone the violence of Wednesday's events as Congress met Wednesday to certify the Electoral College votes, but some are taking it a step further.

Wisconsin Department of Justice Attorney General Josh Kaul tweeted Wednesday afternoon calling for Trump's removal.

Rep. Gwen Moore, of Wisconsin's 4th Congressional District, echoed his statements.

Rep. Mike Gallagher, representing the state's 8th District, was one to speak on CNN shortly after being told to shelter in place.

Rep. Glenn Grothman, representing the state's 6th District that includes Sheboygan County, did not make a statement online, but did retweet President Donald J. Trump's tweet as follows:

Here are more reactions from local and statewide elected officials:

Stay tuned to our website and Facebook throughout the day as more updates develop.

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