Reaction is along political lines to former President Donald Trump’s conviction on all 34 felony counts in his criminal hush money trial.

A statement from Biden-Harris 2024 Communications Director Michael Tyler said that “no one is above the law.”

“Donald Trump has always mistakenly believed he would never face consequences for breaking the law for his gain. But today’s verdict does not change the fact that the American people face a simple reality. There is still only one way to keep Donald Trump out of the Oval Office: at the ballot box,” said Tyler in the statement.

Also weighing in was Republican U.S. Senator from Ohio J.D. Vance, who was also being talked about as a possible Trump running mate.

"This verdict is an absolute miscarriage of justice," said Senator Vance. "While the outcome of this trial will no doubt be subject to appeal, it’s a disgrace to our judicial system that such measures will be necessary.”

Also saying that voters will decide the 2024 election, Vance alleges that the jury pool had a “partisan slant”.

The Republican challenging Democratic U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown called the verdict “a dark day for American democracy, accusing President Biden of election interference.

“This verdict is representative of a banana republic, not a democracy," said Bernie Moreno. "Judge Merchan is a longtime Democrat donor, his daughter is a far-left operative, and Alvin Bragg is a Soros-funded prosecutor - they would stop at nothing to prosecute President Trump.”

A statement issued by Republican U.S. Congressman Mike Kelly posed the question: “Where is the outrage, America?”

Representing northwestern Pennsylvania, Rep. Kelly claims that America and her citizens are in danger.

"This case was loaded with biases and conflicts of interest from the beginning,” said Kelly. “We must refuse to lose and not let a rigged jury, a compromised judge and the crooked Biden Justice System get away with the greatest injustice our Nation has ever witnessed!”

When Trump returns to court on July 11 for sentencing, he could face penalties ranging from a fine or probation up to four years in prison.