Gra­ham calls out Demo­cratic par­ti­san­ship

The Washington Times Daily - - POLITICS - — Sally Per­sons

Sen. Lind­sey Gra­ham said Thurs­day that Democrats need to set aside their ha­tred of Pres­i­dent Trump on the is­sue of North Korea.

“I wish Democrats would take their ha­tred of Don­ald Trump and park it. And re­al­ize that on Don­ald Trump’s watch, be­cause of every­one else’s fail­ure, he’s run out of the abil­ity to kick the can down the road,” Mr. Gra­ham, South Carolina Repub­li­can, said on “The Hugh He­witt Show.”

Asked about Mr. Trump’s rhetoric on North Korea, which some crit­i­cize as pro­vok­ing the Com­mu­nist coun­try, Mr. Gra­ham called it “nec­es­sary.”

“Ev­ery­body who spoke be­fore him failed. Ev­ery smart per­son on TV who talks about what Trump should do, when it was their turn to deal with North Korea, they failed mis­er­ably,” he said.

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