Lindsey Graham was Asked About the Enquirer’s Plan to “Catch and Kill” People to Help Trump

Lindsey Graham was Asked About the Enquirer's Plan to Catch and Kill People to Help Trump

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina was asked by CNN’s State of the Union host Dana Bash about David Pecker’s evidence in the criminal hush money trial of Donald Trump on Sunday morning.

The senator was asked about his worries about the so-called “catch and kill” deal Pecker made with the former president to help keep bad news about Trump from getting out before the 2016 election.

“It looks like a lot of people do this.” “I think the whole thing is a crock,” Graham, who supports Trump, said. It’s too late for the minor cases now because the time limit has passed. That’s why this liberal lawyer in Manhattan found a federal campaign violation. The Southern District of New York, the Federal Elections Commission, and [Department of Justice special counsel] Jack Smith all looked at it but chose not to bring charges.

He said: “Alvin Bragg took a case rejected by the federal government to resurrect these misdemeanors as a political hit job on Trump six months before the [2024] election.”

Bash replied, “It’s clear that Tiger Woods isn’t running for president, and the claim is about campaigns.”

Graham laughed and said, “Yeah, I get it.” But I believe it is all political nonsense.

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