"I think he will be welcomed back by his colleagues and go back to being a good senator," said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who said Ensign shouldn't have resigned his leadership spot.
Graham downplayed the political impact this would have on the GOP, saying, "Most Americans look at this as a personal situation."
Graham let out a laugh and said: "I've got plenty of sins that I'm not going to share with anyone else."
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