Senator Lindsey Graham slammed President Trump on Thursday after the president told ABC News he’d take information from a foreign government on a political rival.
Graham said it was “it was a mistake” to take dirt on political rivals from a foreigner.
Lindsey Graham then added, “I don’t want to send a signal to encourage this.”
Sen. Lindsey Graham says "it's a mistake" for President Trump to say he would be willing to accept dirt on political rivals from foreign governments.
— CNN (@CNN) June 13, 2019
But Lindsey Graham said NOTHING when his close friend John McCain and his longtime staffer David Kramer pushed the fake Trump – Russia dossier to the FBI and also to over a dozen left-wing journalists.
A longtime associate of late Republican Arizona Sen. John McCain provided a copy of the infamous Steele dossier to BuzzFeed News, according to an explosive court filing released Wednesday.
David Kramer, a former State Department official who was an executive at the McCain Institute, provided BuzzFeed News reporter Ken Bensinger with a copy of the dossier Dec. 29, 2016, according to a filing submitted Wednesday by U.S. District Court Judge Ursula Ungaro.
And in March additional court filings were released that revealed Kramer provided the fake dossier to multiple individuals in the media.
Here is John McCain with “SourceD/Source E” of the junk Steele Dossier.
McCain with "Source D/Source E" of Steele dossier … pic.twitter.com/dQ528SVzeA
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) May 28, 2019