Lindsey Graham's last stand

He's been in the Senate since 2003, but this year could be his last. Today on POLITICO Dispatch, @AndrewDesiderio and @jersiegel discuss Lindsey Graham’s last stand. Listen and subscribe 🎧

10/20/2020 5:15:00 PM

He's been in the Senate since 2003, but this year could be his last. Today on POLITICO Dispatch, AndrewDesiderio and jersiegel discuss Lindsey Graham’s last stand. Listen and subscribe 🎧

Listen to this episode from POLITICO Dispatch on Spotify. He's been in the Senate since 2003, but this year could be his last. POLITICO's Andrew Desiderio traces Lindsey Graham's transformation from a moderate Republican known for working across the aisle to a staunch defender of President Trump — and explains why that's put him at risk of losing his seat this November. Plus, the government's watchdog will probe whether Trump officials interference with the CDC and FDA's Covid response. And Trump attacks Biden for trusting scientists. Andrew Desiderio is a congressional reporter for POLITICO. Jeremy Siegel is a host for POLITICO Dispatch. Irene Noguchi is the executive producer of POLITICO audio. Jenny Ament is the senior producer of POLITICO audio. Read more: Lindsey Graham runs for his life

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