Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), a staunch supporter of President Trump, said Friday that Trump directing Michael Cohen to make hush-money payments could represent a campaign finance violation “in theory.” But he cautioned Democrats against crying impeachment.
“Campaign finance violations have never been used to impeach anybody,” Graham told Neil Cavuto on Fox News.
“If you think that this is worthy of impeachment in the House, go ahead,” Graham said. “I think most Americans probably won’t agree with you.”
Graham: "Most Americans probably won't agree" with impeaching Trump over campaign finance violations pic.twitter.com/VwDaIaTWkK
— TPM Livewire (@TPMLiveWire) December 14, 2018