During a speech to the Rotary Club in South Carolina's capitol, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) reportedly bragged about his relationship with Donald Trump — and said he called the president "crazy" when speaking with a foreign diplomat.
"If you don't think Trump's crazy, then you're crazy," Graham told the crowd, as flagged by the Charleston Post and Courier's Columbia bureau chief Andy Shain.
.@LindseyGrahamSC on what he told the Chinese ambassador: “If you don’t think Trump’s crazy, then you’re crazy.” https://t.co/NXsgOzZmOc— Andy Shain (@Andy Shain) 1525713110.0
According to Shain, the South Carolina Republican also called Trump "volatile," "a genius" and "a handful," and responded to reports that Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) asked for Trump to not attend his funeral.
.@LindseyGrahamSC describes @realDonaldTrump as “a handful,” “volatile,” and “a genius” https://t.co/BVi3cp4B2v— Andy Shain (@Andy Shain) 1525714059.0
"I have no idea if that’s true," Graham told the crowd at the Columbia Rotary Club. "There’s a lot of things being said."
.@lindseygraham on a @nytimes report that @SenJohnMcCain does not want @realDonaldTrump at his funeral: “I have no… https://t.co/zyqkiMP7Zi— Andy Shain (@Andy Shain) 1525716771.0