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Lindsey Graham mocks say about Joe Scarborough that he “sold his soul” with trump support

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Sen. Lindsey Graham responded on Tuesday to criticism from MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, who claimed the South Carolina legislature has “sold his soul” through the support of President Trump. 

Sen. Lindsey Graham responded on Tuesday to criticism from MSNBC host Joe Scarborough, who claimed the South Carolina legislature has “sold his soul” through the support of President Trump.

Scarborough contrasted Graham’s views with those of Senator John McCain, a vocal critic of the trombone, on Tuesday, “Morning Joe.”

“He basically sold his soul, sold his political soul, you know, 20% – points within his own Republican party. In contrast to John McCain, Lindsey Graham, the trust and the confidence in his voters, that he might speak, then, of truth, power, and elected in his state,” Scarborough, the Biden blasted trump for the agreement with North Korea, the criticism of Joe, said had.

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In an interview on the “Brian Kilmeade Show,” Graham, R-S. C., mocked the comments made by Scarborough as “cable chatter” and said that he did not “fear to be pleasing,” the anti-Trump host.

Graham said he has spoken to, in some cases, in which he is not agree with trump if a trump has vowed to pull U.S. troops out of Syria.

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He said that he was “concerned” about the North Korea situation, but wants to “try the President the space that he needs” to solve the Problem through negotiations.

“The one thing that I learned from Senator McCain, that you always have the country in front of everything else. I’m the senator from South Carolina. People want me to help this President,” said Graham, adding that nothing will change, the close relationship he had with McCain.

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Graham said Trump does a “very good job” and that he “be chosen to be certain” he will be back in 2020.

He added that it was “not very helpful” for trombone agreed with Kim Jong-Un on his “low IQ” insult by the former Vice-President, however, that the trip to Japan was successful overall.

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