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WATCH: Graham says he’d leave town like Texas Dems to stop Biden’s $3.5T spending plan

Appearing with Maria Bartiromo this morning, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said he’d be willing to give Democrats a taste of their own medicine by leaving town to stop President Biden’s $3.5 trillion dollar infrastructure spending plan.

“I would leave before I would let that happen,” Graham said.

“So, to my Republican colleagues, we may learn something from our Democratic friends in Texas when it comes to avoiding a $3.5 trillion tax-and-spend package: Leave town,” he continued.

“Hell yeah I would leave,” Graham reiterated later in the interview.  “I will use everything lawfully in my toolbox to prevent rampant inflation.”

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