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Sen. Graham Focused On ‘Broken Border’, Not Impeachment

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Senator Lindsey Graham expressed his lack of concern about the ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, stating that there is no “smoking gun evidence” of financial benefit to the president from Hunter Biden’s business dealings.

He emphasized his focus on addressing issues such as the situation in the Middle East, border security, and the potential threat of an attack on the homeland.

Graham stressed the importance of working towards positive changes both domestically and internationally. (Trending: FBI Bribery Probe Caught Joe Biden’s Brother On Tape)

“Okay. Let’s turn to the other big story on Capitol Hill,” began NBC’s Kristen Welker.

“The impeachment of course – the impeachment inquiry – into President Biden,” she continued.

“Your colleague, Republican Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa, said that he does not see any evidence, quote, ‘That the president is guilty of anything,’ prompted Welker.

Wellker followed up by asking Sen. Graham, “Do you agree with him? Is there any evidence so far?”

“You know, I haven’t really been paying that much attention to it,” confessed Sen. Graham.

“They have to prove that President Biden somehow financially benefited from the business enterprises of Hunter Biden,” he continued. “We’ll see.”

“Have they done it yet, in your mind?” asked Welker.

“If there were a smoking gun, I think we’d be talking about it,” said Graham.

“But, you know, the narrative that Hunter Biden presented is falling apart,” he continued.

“The idea that Joe Biden knew nothing about the business dealings is falling apart,” said the South Carolina Republican.

Admitting, “I’m not worried about impeaching the president right now.

“You know what I’m worried about?”he asked.

“Helping the president bring the Mideast to a better spot, trying to convince the Arabs and the Israelis to not let Iran get you off track, give Israel the space to destroy Hamas,” declared Graham.

“I’m trying to find a way forward to secure our broken border before we’re attacked,” added the senator.

“That’s what I’m more worried about than anything.”

“I’ve never been more worried about an attack on our homeland than I am right now. And there’s an opportunity in the Mideast, in the middle of all this carnage, rape, murder, torture, heartbreaking visuals,” lamented Graham.

Adding, “There’s a chance to change things. That’s what I’m working on: changing things for the better at home and abroad.

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