Photo Illustration by Sarah Rogers/The Daily Beast It has been said that no good deed goes unpunished. Senator Lindsey Graham would probably agree. He spent a ton of time cozying up to President Donald Trump on the golf course—in the hopes of negotiating a DREAM Act compromise. Show More Summary
Stephen Miller is a speechwriter. He's also a white supremacist and a likely neoNazi, and he happens to have Donald Trump's attention at a time when his advice should be marginalized. Senator Lindsey Graham agrees, and in an effort to...Show More Summary
During an interview with CNN that aired Thursday morning, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) made the case that President Trump isn’t racist — not because he values the content of a person’s character above all, but because Trump is too self-obsessed to be bigoted toward others. “Do you think that he is a racist?” Dana Bash […]
CNN’s Dana Bash on Thursday sat down for an interview with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) to discuss recent developments in his efforts to get President Donald Trump to sign off on a deal for undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children. During their conversation, she...
Graham and Dick Durbin thought that they had a DACA deal with Trump—classic case of smart men, foolish choices. Poor Lindsey Graham. The "maverick" senator from South Carolina had spent the last two years expressing his scorn for Donald...Show More Summary
Jonathan Blitzer writes about Lindsey Graham’s efforts to secure a deal with Donald Trump on immigration, DACA, and Dreamers.
Win McNamee Rarely is there a congressional hearing in which good (Sen. Lindsey Graham resuming being his own man) and not at all good (Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen defending the indefensible) are played out against each other in such stark relief. Show More Summary
Sen. Lindsey Graham for months touted his close relationship with the president, a bond that promised success in crafting deals on the day’s toughest issues — such as immigration. Now … Click to Continue »
Lindsey Graham gonna teach that philandering Donald Trump a lesson, yes siree.
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham told reporters on Wednesday that he is "not going to vote for" the GOP's current government funding strategy. Graham said that the idea a funding bill is going pass without a solution to the Deferred Action...Show More Summary
"If you have the largest system of concentration camps in the world...you probably shouldn’t go to the Olympics," Graham said.
Frank Bruni: There's no honor or wisdom in cozying up to Donald Trump -- just a heap of manure. Maybe more than any other figure on Capitol Hill, [Lindsay] Graham personifies his party's spastic, incoherent, humiliating response to Trump across time and its fatally misguided surrender. Show More Summary
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.), a key voice on Capitol Hill for mending what Democrats and Republicans see as a broken immigration system, has seen two presidents fail at passing sweeping immigration changes in Congress. He says he is doing all he can to keep President Donald Trump from becoming the third.
I was struck by the headline on this Frank Bruni column: "Donald Trump Will Soil You. Ask Lindsey Graham."Soil you?!From the text of the column, I see 8 examples of "shit"/"shit-" and only one "soil-."... “shithole” or “shithouse”......Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Lindsey Graham, the Arlen Specter of the South, has been trying to ingratiate himself with President Trump, his former adversary. By doing so, Graham hopes to achieve his longtime dream of granting amnesty to illegal aliens. Show More Summary
Sen. Lindsey Graham believes negotiations on immigration have turned into an “s-show” thanks to President Trump.
A group of lawmakers are accusing White House staff of sabotaging their immigration deal with the president. Sen. Lindsey Graham said "something happened" in a period of two hours last Thursday that changed President Donald Trump's mind...Show More Summary
"This has turned into a s-show," Sen. LIndsey Graham (R-S.C.) said during a Senate hearing.
Sen. Lindsey Graham had some interesting things to say to reporters outside a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing today. "How does it end?" he asks, referring to the current immigration fight in Congress and possible government shutdown this Friday. Show More Summary
There’s no honor or wisdom in cozying up to this president.