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Graham: Biden 'Biggest Victim' of Whistleblower Complaint

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Former Vice President Joe Biden (Matt Rourke/AP)

Sunday, 06 October 2019 03:58 PM

Joe Biden is "the biggest victim" of the explosive whistleblower complaint against President Donald Trump over his request for Ukraine to investigate the former vice president and his son, Trump ally Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said Sunday.

In an interview on Fox News Channel's "Sunday Morning Futures," Graham also called it "imperative" Democrats vote to open an impeachment inquiry. The inquiry has begun without one.

"It's very important that the House vote on whether or not we should go forward on impeachment — that's the democratic way of doing business," he said.

Graham asserted the past two weeks have been "the most consequential" of the 2020 election.

"Joe Biden . . . just completely imploded," he asserted. "I think he's probably done. He's the biggest victim of the whistleblower complaint, because now, we know, that his son was receiving $50,000 a month from the Ukraine gas company, while Joe was in charge of the Ukraine portfolio, and $1 billion plus from a subsidiary of a China bank."

"It's been a hell of a couple of weeks and the biggest beneficiary quite frankly has been [Sen.] Elizabeth Warren [D-Mass.] and Donald Trump," Graham added.

Graham also insisted the transcript of the phone call Trump made to his counterpart in Ukraine about military aid and an investigation of the Bidens "does not show" a quid-pro-quo.

"It is OK for the president and others to look into corruption in the Ukraine," he said. 

"We need a special counsel to look at whether or not the [Democratic National Committee] was working with people inside the Ukraine, and somebody needs to look at the Bidens and whether or not they violated the law outside of politics," he added.

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