Senator Lindsey Graham issued a scathing statement Thursday following Andrew McCabe’s bombshell interview regarding the DOJ and the White House; saying McCabe and Rod Rosenstein may be called to appear before the Senate to answer questions regarding anti-Trump bias.
“It is imperative that he and others come before the Senate Judiciary Committee to fully explain how and why a FISA warrant was issued against Carter Page and answer questions about what appears to be, now more than ever, bias against President Trump,” said the statement from Graham’s office.
The Senator’s comments come hours after McCabe told CBS News the DOJ considered invoking the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump following the firing of FBI Director James Comey.
McCabe also claims Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offered to secretly record the President “more than once.”
Read the full report at the Washington Times.
GRAHAM ON HANNITY: America Today is Far ‘Safer Than Two Years Ago’
Sen. Lindsey Graham stopped by ‘Hannity’ Tuesday night to comment on the President’s State of the Union address; saying Trump’s policies have made America far “safer today than we were two years ago.”
“Unlike Obama, he’ll adjust his policies where it makes sense. He’s unleashed the military on our enemies, he’s gotten out of a bad deal and replaced it with a better deal. We’re more respected, we’re safer today than we were two years ago,” said Sen. Graham.
“He took everything Obama did to suppress economic growth and replaced it with pro-growth policies… Everything Obama did, this guy’s doing the opposite and it’s working,” he added.
Watch Sen. Graham on ‘Hannity’ above.
GRAHAM ON HANNITY: Democrats Have 'NO BOUNDARIES' in 'Destroying' Donald Trump
Sen. Lindsey Graham stopped by ‘Hannity’ Monday night to weigh-in on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation process; saying “there are no boundaries” when it comes to opposing President Trump and his agenda.
“For [Democrats] to complain about the process is like an arsonist complaining about a fire. The allegations against Judge Kavanaugh are collapsing. This has been the worst low point in the Senate for me and that is saying a lot,” Graham said.
“I never thought it would get this bad. We are going to have a hearing Thursday and have a vote soon thereafter. And I look forward to supporting this good man,” the Senator added. “The takeaway for me, Sean, is that when it comes to Donald Trump, there are no boundaries, there are no rules. Whatever you need to do to destroy him or his agenda is okay.”