nearvideo Graham: the Republicans tend to back the house because of the rift in the Democratic party
South Carolina sen. Lindsey Graham weighs in on the feud between Pelosi and Ocasio-Cortez and the deep cleavage between Democrats on ‘Hannity.’
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C. advised the President Trump to “be quiet” and show themselves for re-election in 2020, responding to policies that the Democrats propose and the power struggles within their party.
“When I would go to the President Trump to Florida and show up next November will be re-elected,” Graham said on “Hannity” on Thursday.
Graham expressed optimism for Trump in the 2020 elections. He offered unsolicited advice to the President and said, “be still,” and the Democrats can continue to speak, of the decriminalization of border crossing and free health care for illegal immigrants.
“This is crazy. You know, it’s crazy,” Graham said.
Graham also responded to internal power struggles within the Democratic party, particularly between house speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY
The South Carolina senator said that Republicans were likely to return to the house in the year 2020
“I think the Republicans are likely to take longer, the house, because of this collapse, because it said 31 Democrats hold congressional seats, where President Trump won her constituency,” Graham.
“What does it mean, these 31? If you cross the AOC and the ‘fab four’ are you going to a primary. And if you agree with them, do you going to lose in the General election. So the biggest beneficiary of this will be, the Republican party and President of the Trump, because the policy of pushing, these four people are so out of the mainstream.”