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Lindsey Graham, R-S. Asked whether sexual assault survivors would be more reluctant to come forward because Kavanaugh was confirmed despite allegations by Christine Blasey Ford, Graham said he did not believe so because Ford was "treated well" by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Graham noted that he has prosecuted rape cases, defended people accused of sexual violence and sat as a judge. Graham, who dismissed certain claims against Kavanaugh as "outrageous," "anonymous" and making "no sense," treated Ford's differently. Ford, I think, is the victim of a process," he said.
Because those of us in public service, you should be scrutinized but you don't want to set a standard where you just take anybody out by accusing them. Just before he spoke to a small group of reporters, Graham tweeted, "I'm not tired of winning Impeachment Inquiry Politics U.
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