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Lindsey Graham Plans to Introduce Resolution Condemning ‘Illegitimate’ House Impeachment: ‘Should Be Dismissed in Senate Without a Trial’

Mediaite Wednesday, 23 October 2019
Republican Senator *Lindsey Graham* railed against the House Democrats' impeachment inquiry, calling it "illegitimate" and "unconstitutional" and said he plans to introduce a Senate resolution that would argue any articles of impeachment should be "dismissed in the Senate without a trial."
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​Sen. Lindsey Graham introduced a resolution condemning the House of Representatives' "closed door" impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.

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