Sean Hannity trolls Lindsey Graham, suggests a betting pool after his telling town hall

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Sean Hannity asked the question on the minds of many Republicans after Lindsey Graham’s town hall.

When is the Republican South Carolina senator officially switching his party to Democrat?

Graham told the crowd at his town hall, who were decidedly not on the side of President Donald Trump, that if President Trump’s accusations of wiretapping by former President Obama were correct it was the “biggest scandal since Watergate.”

But Graham was quick to cast doubt on the president’s claim.

“I’m very worried that our President is suggesting that the former President’s done something illegally,” he said. “I would be very worried if, in fact, the Obama administration was able to obtain a warrant lawfully about Trump campaign activity with foreign governments.”

“So it’s my job as a United States senator to get to the bottom of this,” Graham said. “I promise you I will.”

The same crowd that booed when Graham said he planned on working with President Trump on the majority of his agenda, cheered at that statement.

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