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$870,570 Russia-linked Money Trail Found to Lindsey Graham, Report Released
For all those wondering why Senator Lindsey Graham (R. SC) is so protective and enabling of president Donald Trump, the Democratic Coalition and founder Scott Dworkin have put together the evidence to confidently answer that question:
Graham seeks new Rosenstein testimony after explosive McCabe interview
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Thursday he would like to bring Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein back to Capitol Hill to testify about claims that the Justice Department official discussed a plan to potentially remove President Trump from office.
Lindsey Graham threatens to subpoena Rod Rosenstein over alleged discussions about 25th Amendment
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on Thursday threatened to subpoena deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to make him answer questions about discussions in the Department of Justice about ousting President Donald Trump in 2017.
Lindsey Graham may haul Andrew McCabe, Rod Rosenstein before Senate to address bias allegations
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham on Thursday said top Justice Department officials, including former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, must appear before Senate lawmakers to address allegations of bias at the department.
Lindsey Graham 2.0 Wants To Have A Little Chat With McCabe
Andrew McCabe should’ve thought twice about giving that interview to “60 Minutes,” because Lindsey Graham 2.0 is on it. If you recall, McCabe claimed that top Justice Department officials were so disturbed that Trump fired Comey that they “discussed whether to recruit cabinet members to invoke the 2
The Devolution of Lindsey Graham
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham has no plans to move bills designed to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his final report from interference by the administration, per a Politico report. My, how things have changed.
Graham says Trump declaring national emergency ‘definitely on the table’
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said Wednesday that President Trump is "very inclined" to declare a national emergency to obtain the necessary funds to build a border wall. “It’s definitely on the table, I’ll let him tell you whether or not he’s going to do it, but he’s very inclined to go that route,”
Lindsey Graham demands Senate investigate conspiracy he saw on Fox News
Lindsey Graham is back at it again, using his position as chairman of the powerful Senate Judiciary Committee to try and run defense for his BFF, Trump. One day after a judge ruled that former Trump campaign Chairman Paul Manafort violated his plea agreement when he lied to federal agents, Graham an
Lindsey Graham demands Andrew McCabe appear before Senate Judiciary Committee
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., demanded former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe appear before his panel after McCabe said in a CBS interview that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed a plan to remove President Trump from office.
UH OH! Lindsey Graham would like a word with Andrew McCabe (before the Senate Judiciary Committee)
As we told you earlier, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe made a startling admission (or maybe not so much) during a “60 Minutes” interview:. That sounds a lot like the plotting of a coup, right? It all caught the attention of Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham:
Graham in no rush to protect Mueller
Lindsey Graham has long pushed for legislation to shield special counsel Robert Mueller from President Donald Trump. But now that he’s got the power to do something about it, he’s holding off.
Sunday: Graham, Coons, McAuliffe
After floating a possible emergency declaration for months, if Congress denied him demanded funds for the border wall, President Trump made good on his threat Friday with an unprecedented reach for executive authority. The administration now hopes to spend some $8 billion to build the president's lo
Sen. Lindsey Graham open to restoring 60-vote filibuster for judicial nominees
Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said Wednesday he would be willing to reinstate the 60-vote threshold for filibustering judicial nominees — but only in a new presidential administration.
Trump Expected to Declare National Emergency, According to Lindsey Graham
The day after a bipartisan deal to keep the government open was announced in Congress — one that wouldn’t give President Donald Trump the nearly $6 billion in appropriations he was asking for a border wall — Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) suggested that the president would soon use emergency
Graham: US should be stronger on Canadians detained in China
MUNICH — U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham said Friday the response by the United States to China detaining two Canadians in apparent retaliation for the arrest of a Chinese Huawei executive has not been strong enough.
The state of the wall: GOP leaders back executive action
Sens. Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham on Tuesday endorsed the president obtaining funding for his border wall through executive action if necessary. The Morning Joe panel discusses.
Graham demands testimony from former FBI acting director McCabe
The Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday demanded that former FBI acting director Andrew McCabe appear before the panel to answer questions about what he described as apparent “bias against President Trump ."
DC Paper Calls Lindsey Graham One Of DC’s “Most Eligible LGBT Singles”
Hateful libs have swung the “OMG LINDSEY GRAHAM IS GAYYYYY. HE’S SO GAYYYY” thing around for AGES. Niiiice. Always interesting how these WARRIORS for “tolerance” and LGBT justice will turn around and use sexuality as a weapon. SO TOLERANT.
Graham Demands Andrew McCabe Appear Before Judiciary Cmte
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) demanded that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee after the disgraced federal official said in a 60 Minutes interview that the DOJ discussed removing President Trump from office.
Senate Confirms William Barr As Next Attorney General
The Senate voted 54-45 on Thursday to confirm William Barr as attorney general, returning him to a post he first occupied in the administration of President George H.W. Bush. Barr was scheduled to be sworn in at the White House on Thursday afternoon by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.