In an interview scheduled to air on CNN’s State of the Union, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) spoke to Dana Bash about the North Korean hacking crisis, the closing of Guantanamo Bay, the nuclear negotiations with Iran, and the Republican playing field in 2016.
On North Korea’s hacking: “You can’t talk about North Korea without talking about China. You need to have a heart to heart with the Chinese. I can’t imagine anything this massive happening in North Korea without China being involved…”
On closing Guantanamo Bay: “I don’t think there’s any appetite in Congress to close Guantanamo Bay. I think the American people want to keep it open. And after the rise of ISIS and ISIL throughout the Mideast, most people in the world are more worried about terrorists leaving Guantanamo Bay than they are of the prison being opened.”
On reaching an Iranian nuclear deal: “The Sunni…
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