Draining the swamp just met a road bump named Lindsey Graham.
Just days after #ObamaGate trended on Twitter with over 1.4 million posts, Senator Graham announced that he thinks asking former President Obama to testify would be "a bad precedent."
#ObamaGate gained steam after Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell declassified the names of Obama administration officials who requested General Flynn's "unmasking."
Among the names were Joe Biden, Jim Comey, and John Brennan.
There are legitimate questions about the start of the Russian probe and the unmasking of General Flynn.
With so many high ranking Obama administration officials involved, it also raises the questions of what Obama knew and when he knew it.
However, Senator Graham said: "I think it would be a bad precedent to compel a former president to come before the Congress, that would open up a can of worms. For a variety of reasons, I don't think that's a good idea."
See his statement below: