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Leaked audio recordings revealed Lindsey Graham thought Joe Biden was better than Donald Trump

 

Many were left confused after an audio recording of Senator Lindsey Graham, a powerful South Carolina Republican, was broadcast on television until the nation heard him.    The clip received two New York Times reporters, Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns, and aired on CNN on Tuesday evening. In it, Graham can be heard speaking, expressing his personal feelings in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.    Graham said, "We'll get out of this stronger." "Moments like this reappointment. It will take a while. People will calm down. People will say, "You don't want to relate to this." This is a group within a group. What this does, it's going to have a massive impact for a while, where the state says, "We're better than this."




Many were left confused after an audio recording of Senator Lindsey Graham, a powerful South Carolina Republican, was broadcast on television until the nation heard him.


The clip received two New York Times reporters, Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns, and aired on CNN on Tuesday evening. In it, Graham can be heard speaking, expressing his personal feelings in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.


Graham said, "We'll get out of this stronger." "Moments like this reappointment. It will take a while. People will calm down. People will say, "You don't want to relate to this." This is a group within a group. What this does, it's going to have a massive impact for a while, where the state says, "We're better than this."



Graham agreed, "Yes, absolutely." "He'll probably be your best person, right? I mean, how crazy are you from Joe Biden? "


Graham's initial response to the January 6 attack was similar. While speaking in the Senate and addressing fellow lawmakers, he criticized Trump for inciting the incident and said, "All I can say is my negligence. enough is enough


However, Graham's past sentiment appears to have changed a lot in the months since, and by the first anniversary of the attack, he was accusing current US President Joe Biden of "brazen politicization" in relation to January 6.


  • The two journalists waited to launch the audio publicly in order to promote their new book, "This Will Not Pass Trump
  • Biden and the Battle for America's Future." Just last month, Martin and Burns also released audio recordings of Kevin McCarthy
  •  a California Republican and House minority leader, apparently discussing his frustrations with Donald Trump and privately telling GOP members that he would speak in person with the former president and try to convince him. to step down after the attack.


The audio recording, also published by The New York Times, provides a compelling account through which McCarthy can be clearly heard saying: "My recommendation to resign."


On his personal opinion, McCarthy noted that he was tired of Trump, even going so far as to say, "I'm tired of this guy."



McCarthy was also very direct in his original position, saying: "Let me be very clear to all of you, and I have been very clear to the President: he bears responsibilities for his words and actions. Not if the labs or reservations are used. "


Unlike Graham, who has yet to comment on the issue of his recently released audio recording, McCarthy has bluntly denied all allegations despite overwhelming evidence.


McCarthy said back in late April: "No, I never asked the president to resign. I never thought he should resign ".