President Donald J. Trump’s bellicose words “bothered some,” Graham said during a chamber of commerce breakfast in Easley. “They did not bother me at all.”
"Donald Trump and his administration have shown time and time again their willingness to defy justice to perpetuate their own agenda."
“Russia didn't change the outcome of the election but they sure as hell tried."
The South Carolina Senator had a lot to say about the House Intelligence Committee Chairmen when appearing on NBC’s “Today” show on Tuesday.
South Carolina Republicans see an opportunity to craft a better solution.
Graham wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to recuse himself from the investigation into alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Graham has reintroduced a bill to defund the Palestinian Authority, which uses foreign aid to pay convicted terrorists and their families.
The South Carolina Republican is holding a town hall on Saturday at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University.
In an interview with CBS News, Sen. Lindsey Graham had some thoughts on President Trump’s recent criticism of the American media and judiciary.
Tim Scott has transformed from one of the Capitol's most congenial senators to one of D.C.'s star Twitterverse sass masters.
The following joint statement was just released by Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.).
The Upstate's very own U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) didn't hold back yesterday after President Donald J. Trump announced his intentions to attach a 20 percent tariff on goods from Mexico.
Even though Lindsey Graham isn't shy about cracking a joke or making fun of himself, it was a pleasant surprise to see him not only comment an Onion story about him and Trump, but take it a step further with a humorous tweet.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) made a brief appearance during this morning's Senate Armed Services Committee on Russia's involvement in email hacks targeting the Democratic Party during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Shortly after last night's third and final presidential debate came to an end, the Upstate's own Lindsey Graham weighed in on Donald Trump's claims that the 2016 election is "rigged" to ensure a victory by Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. Today, other South Carolina GOP leaders, including Graham's fellow U.S. senator Tim Scott and Gov. Nikki Haley, are weighing in, refuting the Republican nominee's claims.