Lindsey Graham says Trump is 'mad at some folks' over impeachment trial but is 'ready to move on'
Lindsey Grahamsaid Donald Trumpwas "ready to move on" after his second impeachmentacquittal.
- In a Fox News interview, Graham conceded that Trump was still "mad at some folks."
- He also said Sen. Mitch McConnell's speech condemning Trump's actions could hurt the GOP in 2022.
GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham, a top ally of former President Donald Trump, said on Sunday that Trump was "ready to move on" after the Senate voted to acquit the former president in his second impeachment trial.
During an appearance on "Fox News Sunday," the South Carolina Republican told the host Chris Wallace that Trump "was grateful to his lawyers" and "appreciated the help that all of us have provided."Graham added: "He's ready to move on and rebuild the
Wallace then asked whether Trump was upset with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who voted to acquit the former president while also deeming him "morally responsible for provoking" the January 6 Capitol riot."I think Senator McConnell's speech, he got a load off his chest, but unfortunately put a load on the back of Republicans," Graham said. "That speech you will see in 2022 campaigns. I would imagine, if you're a Republican running in Georgia, Arizona, New Hampshire where we have a chance to take back the Senate, they may be playing Senator McConnell's speech and asking you about it if you're a candidate." He added: "I think his speech is an outlier regarding how Republicans feel about all this."
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