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Lindsey Graham
As to the whistleblower complaint -- the transcript speaks for itself – no quid pro quo. The Democrats bought a pig in a poke.
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Lindsey Graham Sep 26
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It is imperative we find out which White House official talked to the whistleblower and why. Why didn’t they lodge the complaint?
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Lindsey Graham Sep 26
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As to the other matters in complaint: Clearly a coordinated effort to take second-hand information to create a narrative damaging to the President. When I think of whistleblower complaints I generally think of someone with first-hand knowledge of the events in question.
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Lindsey Graham Sep 26
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As to the House of Representatives: If you believe this complaint has put the public in grave danger, don’t you have an obligation to vote to launch an impeachment inquiry? Americans deserve to see where you stand and evaluate your judgement.
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Lindsey Graham Sep 26
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In 1998, the House of Reps – one month before a general election – voted to authorize an impeachment inquiry of President Clinton. It was bipartisan and received support from 31 Democrats. We voted then and House Democrats should vote now to start an impeachment inquiry.
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Adam Rifkin 🐼 Sep 26
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You judge people on their conduct, not magic phrases. — Lindsey Graham, 1998
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Adam Rifkin 🐼 Sep 26
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Please don’t be a sucker for President* Trump.
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thebradfordfile™ Sep 26
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Thank you, Senator Graham. It may be time for you to call a few hearings of your own. WE ARE TIRED OF HEARING FROM ONE SIDE.
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Reluctant Activist Sep 26
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Lp Sep 26
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"...but I need a favor though......" It sure does.
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WPCarter85 Sep 26
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