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Graham warns that if Biden is re-elected, the “world will be truly on fire,” dismissing Liz Cheney’s warning about Trump.

By Jennifer Dec 4, 2023
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Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., responded to former Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., on Sunday, stating that the reelection of President Biden would be catastrophic for the whole globe, in response to her warning that the reelection of former President Trump would endanger the American republic.

Graham was asked to address Cheney’s claim in an interview over the weekend that a second Trump administration would mean that the country is “sleepwalking into a dictatorship” when he appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

In regards to actions and outcomes,Liz CheneyΒ  Trump was a much superior president than Biden, according to Graham. “I understand why people don’t like what he does and says at times,” Graham said of Trump. Liz Cheney, if we continue like this for four more years, the globe will actually be on fire and we won’t know America.”

Although Graham acknowledged that Liz Cheney’s “hatred of Trump is real,” he cautioned that Biden’s proposals would be disastrous for everyone. Graham has backed Trump ahead of the 2024 presidential race.

Liz Cheney
Graham has endorsed Trump ahead of the 2024 presidential election. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

“I think a continuation of the Biden presidency would be a disaster for peace and prosperity at home and abroad,” added Graham. “Our border is broken; the only person really going to fix our broken border is Donald Trump.”

Graham also Liz Cheney mentioned the terrorist attacks on Israel and the invasion of Ukraine by Russia during Biden’s presidency.

“When [Trump] was president, none of this stuff was going on in Ukraine,” stated Trump. “You know, Hamas and all these other terrorist groups were afraid of Trump.”

Cheney has been an outspoken critic of Trump since serving in Congress during his presidency. (Gary Gershoff/Getty Images)

Liz Cheney Republican Cheney, who served as the representative for Wyoming’s at-large congressional district, was a strong opponent of Trump throughout his administration and carried on with her criticism of the outgoing president in her book “Oath and Honor,” which she has been promoting.

Last year, Cheney was forced out of Congress after losing to Trump-supporting candidate Harriet Hageman.

By Jennifer

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