Gra­ham rejects Cheney’s ‘dic­ta­tor­ship’ claims on Trump, warns of Biden: “Won’t rec­og­nize Amer­i­ca’

Sen. Lind­sey Gra­ham (R‑SC) coun­tered claims by for­mer Rep. Liz Cheney (R‑WA) about a sec­ond Don­ald Trump pres­i­den­cy doom­ing the Unit­ed States. He said a sec­ond term for Pres­i­dent Joe Biden would be far worse.
“I under­stand why peo­ple don’t like what [Trump] does and says at times,” Gra­ham said dur­ing an inter­view with CNN’s State of the Union, “but in terms of actions and results, he was far bet­ter pres­i­dent [than] Biden. And if we have four more years of this, Liz Cheney, then we won’t rec­og­nize Amer­i­ca and the world will be tru­ly on fire.”
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The South Car­oli­na sen­a­tor’s com­ments come after Cheney gave an inter­view to CBS Sun­day Morn­ing where she said Trump’s poten­tial pri­ma­ry win and reelec­tion would bring the Unit­ed States clos­er to a “dic­ta­tor­ship.”
Cheney also said a Repub­li­can major­i­ty in the House in 2025 would be a “threat,” par­tic­u­lar­ly if the 2024 elec­tion heads to the low­er cham­ber for a vote.
“We’re fac­ing a sit­u­a­tion with respect to the 2024 elec­tion where it’s an exis­ten­tial cri­sis, and we have to ensure that we do …