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Graham, in an interview with Fox News, defended Trump, and appeared to support him following the presidential unfounded statement of widespread fraud.
“He’s been helping Senate Republicans, we’ll choose House seats … I’m going to donate $ 500,000 tonight to President Trump’s defense legal fund,” Graham said of the donations, which are expected to come out of his campaign account.
Spokesmen for Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Saturday’s briefings.
But Graham’s comment came after Donald Trump Jr appeared calling for the GOP senator for not tweeting to protect the president, adding: “No one is surprised.”
The president’s son has caught the attention of party members for not publicly defending the president, who is lashing out as he faces an increasingly narrow path to holding the White House.
Trump stated without evidence that there was fraud and claimed that the election was being stolen from him.
Graham, in an interview with Fox News, reflected Trump, saying that “the allegations of misconduct are earth-shattering” and called Philadelphia “crooked like a snake.”
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“Everything should be on the table,” Graham said.
Trump’s campaign has so far won a legal battle, which has allowed its election supervisors a little closer to the vote count in Philadelphia.
Trump and his team also plan to challenge the November 3 postmarked votes being accepted in Pennsylvania through Friday, according to the State Supreme Court ruling.
But Trump’s statements were opposed by election officials and even other Republicans.
“No Republican elected official will be behind that statement. None of them will do the same, ”said former Sen. Santorum (R-Pa.), Adding that Trump’s comments about being fooled out of an election victory were” dangerous. “