Some of the most ardent supporters of the Department of Labor when it was crafting the fiduciary rule have gone silent since President Trump has targeted the regulation for repeal.

While some digital wealth management firms are standing up for the rule, others are treading carefully in their opposition to the president's actions, reflecting private concerns about being labeled partisan or incurring Trump's wrath on Twitter.

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