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Lindsey Graham Makes Awkward Admission About 2016 Donald Trump-Slamming Tweet

Sen. Lindsey Graham’s (R-S.C.) 2016 social media post attacking then-GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump hasn’t been deleted because, well, the senator confessed he simply didn’t realize it was still online.

“If we nominate Trump, we will get destroyed…. and we will deserve it,” Graham warned in May 2016 as then-reality TV personality Trump marched toward the Republican presidential candidacy. Graham was among numerous GOP lawmakers to condemn the ascent of Trump at the time.

However, after Trump’s surprise 2016 victory over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, Graham became one of Trump’s biggest supporters — only wavering slightly in his loyalty following Trump’s incitement of the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

Last week, during the CNN-hosted first presidential debate between President Joe Biden and presumptive GOP presidential nominee Trump, law professor Jennifer Taub asked Graham why the Trump-bashing post was still live.

“Senator Graham, can I ask you a question?” Taub said in a video that she shared online. “I’ve always wondered why you’ve kept […] a tweet up on Twitter that you said years ago that if we nominate Donald Trump, then we will be destroyed as a party. Why did you not take the tweet down?”

“I don’t know,” Graham answered.

“I didn’t know I didn’t take it down,” he added.

“OK, now you know,” Taub replied.

Taub shared the clip on X, formerly Twitter.

“Yes, I asked him,” she captioned the footage.

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