Lindsey Graham testifies against Trump in Georgia grand jury, claims Trump would believe ‘that martians came and stole the election’

Lindsey Graham testifies against Trump in Georgia grand jury, claims Trump would believe ‘that martians came and stole the election’

Lindsey Graham’s Testimony and Revelations in the Georgia Election Interference Probe

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, a staunch ally of former President Donald Trump, faced controversy when he testified before a Georgia grand jury, according to revelations from the forthcoming book “Find Me The Votes.”

Authored by veteran journalists Michael Isikoff and Daniel Klaidman, the book sheds light on Graham’s colorful testimony and the surprising details he disclosed.

Graham’s Testimony

The book asserts that Graham, compelled by the Supreme Court to testify in the Georgia election interference probe, made striking statements during his appearance.

Isikoff and Klaidman, citing a source familiar with the secret testimony, claim that Graham suggested Trump would believe even outlandish scenarios, stating, “if you told Trump ‘that martians came and stole the election,’ he’d probably believe you.”

Golf Cheating Allegations

In addition to the startling claims about Trump’s beliefs, Graham reportedly accused the former president and 2024 hopeful of cheating at golf.

This accusation adds a layer of controversy, as Trump has consistently denied any wrongdoing in his golfing pursuits.

The authors suggest that Graham’s testimony was not limited to electoral matters but also delved into personal aspects of Trump’s character.

Unusual Interaction with Fulton County DA

According to Isikoff and Klaidman, a source revealed that after testifying, Graham was observed hugging Democratic Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who was actively pursuing legal actions against Trump.

The book describes Graham’s expression of relief and satisfaction, quoting him as saying, “That was so cathartic I feel so much better.”

The source’s claim of Willis’ indifferent reaction adds an intriguing element to this unexpected interaction.

Denials and Rebuttal

Graham’s communications director, Kevin Bishop, vehemently denied the book’s account, stating that Senator Graham never spoke with the authors.

Bishop dismissed the claims as “total and complete BS,” describing the book as “trash for left-wing cash.” Furthermore, Bishop emphasized that Graham has no issue with his testimony being made public and is not scheduled to be a witness in the trial.

He also downplayed the comment about Martians, asserting that Graham had publicly made similar statements before.

Controversies Surrounding Fulton County DA

The book touches upon the controversy surrounding Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who is currently embroiled in allegations related to the hiring of her lover as a lead prosecutor in the Trump probe.

One of the defendants in the case alleges that Willis enriched herself through travel expenses charged to his salary.

Despite these claims, Willis has denied any wrongdoing.

Upcoming Release of “Find Me The Votes”

“Find Me The Votes” is set to be released on Tuesday, focusing on Trump’s efforts in Georgia to overturn President Joe Biden’s victory in the traditionally Republican state.

The promotional material for the book teases revelations about an alleged plot to seize voting machines illegally and Trump’s election lawyer Sidney Powell’s attempt to secure a preemptive pardon.

The book promises to unveil new communications between Trump and his co-conspirators, providing fresh insights into the aftermath of the 2020 election.

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