tv Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Lindsey Graham Holds News Conference CSPAN October 24, 2019 3:04pm-3:13pm EDT
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donald trump." from senator graham shortly and reports is that the leader, mitch mcconnell -- on the status of the impeachment investigation, the hill for fox tweeted a while ago that multiple sources tell fox that steps would be to begin to release the transcripts of the interviews and hand material over to the house judiciary committee. articles of impeachment in november. live waiting for the briefing with senator graham.
lindsey graham momentarily with the majority leader introducing their esolution, their senate resolution condemning the house impeachment inquiry. they have just released some of that, but the om senator also as chair of the foreign relations committee, his eye on the situation in syria. frank thorpe of nbc said a group of 10 republican senators got a briefing in the white house situation room this afternoon syria, e situation in and senator graham saying, "i think there is a plan coming together." could support that ", he told reporters." here is senator graham, as the briefing gets under way.