Sen. Lindsey Graham is urging Republicans to reassess their support for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump after his disparaging comments about a federal judge of Mexican heritage. Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, spoke with reporters Tuesday on Capitol Hill.
Sen. Lindsey Graham is urging Republicans to reassess their support for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump after his disparaging comments about a federal judge of Mexican heritage. Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, spoke with reporters Tuesday on Capitol Hill. J. Scott Applewhite The Associated Press
Sen. Lindsey Graham is urging Republicans to reassess their support for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump after his disparaging comments about a federal judge of Mexican heritage. Graham, a Republican from South Carolina, spoke with reporters Tuesday on Capitol Hill. J. Scott Applewhite The Associated Press

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