City attorney identified in connection with anti-Trump vandalism

The city’s Republican Party wasted no time in calling for Lloyd’s ousting.

“If the image of an upper-middle class city attorney clad in a blazer and sipping wine while vandalizing an upscale grocery store with an anti-Trump message strikes you as perhaps the most bourgeois sight imaginable, that’s because it is,” Joe DeFelice, Chairman of the Philadelphia Republican Party said in a statement.