"As long as one party to the conversation knows that the recording is being made and has consented to the recording, it's legal—if it's audio only," Robert Ingram of Moore Ingram Johnson & Steele in Marietta told the Daily Report during a phone conversation Monday. "If it's a video, all parties must consent—if it's in a nonpublic place."
"This is as blatant an attempt to steal an election as you will ever hear," Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, said on Twitter. And George Conway stated: "The real question that pops up here, and pops up again and again, is how delusional is he? Is he that delusional, or is he just desperate? I think it's a little bit of both."