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In case you didn’t see it, Lindsey Graham was on Laura Ingraham last night and he dropped some big bombshells.
First, he told her that NO Republican Senators would vote to impeach Trump.
And then he had to clarify….not even Mitt Romney!
I’ve got the full video for you below so you can watch for yourself.
But he wasn’t done.
Then he shifted his focus to the Bidens and said he wants a full investigation into the Bidens and their dealings in the Ukraine.
Yes Lindsey, do it now!
Here's more, from The Hill:
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is calling for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee to probe ties between the Bidens and Ukraine, including calling State Department officials.
"We need to look at whether or not Hunter Biden corruptly engaged in lobbying. Did Joe Biden ask the prosecutor to be fired because he was investigating his son?" Graham asked during an interview on Monday with Fox News's Laura Ingraham.
He added that he hoped Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Jim Risch (R-Idaho) "will open up an investigation about the role of the State Department in all this."
Risch— in a letter to Sen. Bob Menendez (N.J.), the top Democrat on the Foreign Relations panel—said that he would wait until after the House impeachment inquiry wraps up before digging into delays in Ukraine assistance and a July 25 call at the center of the impeachment inquiry.
"I believe it would be more appropriate for our committee to wait on examining these matters until after the House completes its process (one way or another)," Risch wrote in the letter, which is dated Oct. 29, but was obtained by The Hill on Tuesday.
"At the appropriate time, we will look into these matters in greater detail in consultation with the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence," Risch added.
President Trump and his allies have latched onto Biden’s connection to Ukraine as the former vice president seeks the Democratic nomination to challenge Trump in 2020.
Joe Biden pushed in 2016 for the dismissal of a Ukrainian prosecutor who had been accused of overlooking corruption in his own office. There’s no indication Joe Biden was acting with his son’s interests in mind, and the former vice president has denied doing so.
A State Department official told House investigators last month that he raised concerns with a senior official at the White House in 2015 about Hunter Biden serving on the board of a Ukrainian national gas company because it could be viewed as a potential conflict of interest.
Graham, a vocal ally of Trump's, had previously pledged that he would use the Senate Judiciary Committee to help investigate Ukraine, including inviting Rudy Giuliani, Trump's personal lawyer, to testify before the panel.
But Graham told reporters last month that he hadn't gotten a final answer from Giuliani and signaled that he was backing down and letting the Senate Intelligence Committee take the lead.
"What I'm trying to do now, quite frankly, is just calm things now. Let the Senate Intel Committee — they were given this task not me, you know those two guys have worked pretty well together — let the Senate do its thing," Graham said.
Watch the full interview here:
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