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Lindsey Graham Strangely Hugged Fani Willis After Testifying Against Trump

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Senator Lindsey Graham reportedly hugged Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis after testifying against former President Trump in a case related to overturning Georgia’s 2020 election results.

Graham’s testimony, which included insights into Trump’s thinking, supported Willis’ decision to bring charges against the former president and 18 others.

The strange encounter was detailed in an upcoming book, “Find Me the Votes,” which also highlighted Graham’s remarks about Trump’s golf habits.

“That was so cathartic…I feel so much better,” Sen. Graham said to Willis after testifying. He then showed gratitude for the “opportunity to tell his story” before leaning in to hug.

“‘She was like “whatever, dude,”’ one witness said.

Graham’s spokesperson dismissed the book’s claims, stating that the senator has no issue with his testimony being made public and is not scheduled to be a witness in the trial.

“Senator Graham never spoke with the authors and what they are selling is pretty much total and complete BS,” Graham’s spokesperson Kevin Bishop said.

“At the end of the day, this is all just trash for left-wing cash. Senator Graham has no problem with his testimony being made public and he is not scheduled to be a witness in the trial.”

Despite this, Graham has endorsed Trump for the 2024 nomination, praising his ability to make America safe and great.

“I believe President Trump is the best choice to get America back on track,” Graham wrote on X.

“When it comes to President Trump, he’s proven he can make America safe and great,” Graham added.

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