GREENVILLE, S.C. — Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), on the campaign trail endorsing former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, said Saturday before the GOP Debate that Millennials need to consider how a commander-in-chief would cooperate with both parties when choosing a candidate to support.
“If you can’t find a president who can work with both Democrats and Republicans, your generation is going to suffer,” he said.
Graham, who ended his bid for the presidency in December, was in South Carolina this week campaigning with Bush.
He spoke out about how front-runner and New Hampshire primary winner Donald Trump is the opposite of what conservatives stand for.
“People on our side hate Obama. And what Trump’s done … he’s appealing to the dark side,” Graham said.