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Lindsey Olin Graham (born July 9, 1955) is an American politician serving as a Republican, and also the senior United States Senator from South Carolina, a seat he has held since 2003.Since 2019, he has been the Chair of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary.He later clarified that the comment was directed toward "the Ayatollah", not the people.On May 14, 2019, Graham came under extreme scrutiny from many individuals, including United States Senator Joe Manchin (D-W. to ignore a subpoena delivered by the Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee.This sparked the #Lindsey Graham Resign hashtag to immediately begin trending on Twitter. Graham additionally said: "I'd rather lose without Donald Trump than try to win with him".In July 2015, when Graham was still a 2016 Republican presidential candidate, Graham called Donald Trump, a fellow Republican presidential candidate, a "jackass", in relation to Trump saying that Graham's friend, Senator John Mc Cain, was "not a war hero". In June 2016, after Donald Trump criticized a judge of Mexican heritage, implying he could be biased, Graham said to CNN: "I don't think [Trump is] racist but he's playing the race card ... If he continues this line of attack then I think people really need to reconsider the future of the [Republican] party".Leibovich asked Graham what happened - how did Graham become a Trump defender?
He's asked me to do some things, and I’ve asked him to do some things in return".Seven months after the death of Mc Cain, one of Graham's "dearest friends" whom Graham "loved", Mc Cain was repeatedly criticized by Trump.Graham himself was then criticized for not standing up for Mc Cain to Trump.Upon graduating from the University of South Carolina School of Law, Graham was commissioned as an officer in the Judge Advocate General's Corps in the United States Air Force in 1982 and began active duty that year.His duty began with a stint as an Air Force defense attorney, then was transferred to Rhein-Main Air Base in Frankfurt, Germany, where from 1984 to 1988 he was the Air Force's chief prosecutor in Europe.