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ENG: Lindsey Olin Graham (born July 9, 1955) is the senior U.S. Senator from South Carolina and a member of the Republican Party. Previously he served as the U.S. Representative for South Carolina's 3rd congressional district. Early life Graham was born in Central, South Carolina, where his parents, Millie and Florence James Graham, ran a liquor store, the Sanitary Cafe. After graduating from D. W. Daniel High School, Graham became the first member of his family to attend college and joined the Reserve Officers' Training Corps. When he was 21 his mother died, and his father died 15 months later. Because his sister was left orphaned, the service allowed Graham to attend University of South Carolina in Columbia so he could be near home and care for his sister, whom he adopted. During ...
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Senator Graham says 'stunned' at Karzai comments

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, who met with Afghan President Hamid Karzai during a recent visit, said on Sunday he was "stunned" at Karzai's comments to a Washington newspaper, which appeared at odds with U.S. military strategy. In an interview with The Washington Post, Karzai said he wants the U.S. military to scale back the visibility and intensity of its operations in Afghanistan and end night raids that he said incited people to join the Taliban insurgency. Karzai's comments put him at odds with General David Petraeus, who has made "capture-and-kill" missions a central ...

Graham: Real Target For Afghanistan Withdrawal Is 2014

This morning on ABC’s This Week, Senator Lindsey Graham told host Christiane Amanpour that he viewed 2014, not 2011, as the real target for the US’s withdrawal from Afghanistan. Amanpour began discussing the well-known deadline of summer 2011, which is when the administration intends to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan. She asked Senator Graham if he believed troops would stay beyond then, to which he responded: “Yes, I do. I think in summer of 2011, we can bring some troops home, but we’re going to need a substantial number of troops in Afghanistan ...

Sen. Lindsey Graham supports ban on earmarks

South Carolina’s senior U.S. Senator sided with the state’s junior senator on Tuesday, saying he supports a ban on earmarks. South Carolina U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham said Tuesday that he plans to follow in Senator DeMint’s steps calling for a two-year ban on the earmarks. Mr. Graham quickly added that he plans to explore every avenue to secure the necessary funding for research surrounding the Port of Charleston, a key project for the state. “WhatSen. DeMint is trying to do is a good thing, and I’ve been an earmark reform guy,”Mr. Graham ...

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