Lindsey Graham

GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham incurred Trump's wrath after a tweet about "weakness" over Iran.
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has some support from Congress and the White House after The New York Times reported new sexual misconduct allegation against him.
And Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler says his Judiciary Committee is tied up with "impeaching the president" and is too busy to look at the Supreme Court justice.
"Iran will not stop their misbehavior until the consequences become more real," the senator said after a drone attack on Saudi oil facilities.
A GOP organization's new TV ad uses the Trump-supporting senator's old promise against him.
The controversial judicial nominee angered Republicans and Democrats by not addressing the work he's done for Trump.
The Trump administration has repeatedly claimed its tariff battle with China isn't hurting Americans.
The Senate majority leader is facing new pressure to act on stalled election security bills.
"If you’re a Somali refugee who likes Trump, he’s not gonna say 'Go back to Somalia,'" the senator argued.
Aside from telling Trump to “knock it down a notch,” the GOP senator largely reinforced the president’s bigotry on “Fox & Friends.”
Sir Kim Darroch resigned after leaked cables revealed he called Trump "uniquely dysfunctional."
The GOP senator, a close ally of Trump, said public officials should reject foreign assistance and contact the FBI.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), a close ally of the president, is on board.
The associate chair of the Democratic National Committee is the second Democrat to announce a bid for Graham's spot.
"You’re becoming the judge and jury," complained Graham, who said in the late '90s that ignoring a congressional subpoena was an impeachable offense.
The magazine calls out three of the president's biggest boosters in Washington.
Sen. Lindsey Graham urged the president to "rise above" Democratic calls for impeachment and work to find common ground.
The plan to lock up more undocumented kids misses what is really driving migrants, advocates say.
The MSNBC host thinks the South Carolina senator is running scared ahead of his 2020 reelection bid.