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Sen. Graham’s challenge

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham

According to Furman political scientists Brent Nelsen and Danielle Vinson, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham’s role as a legislative deal-maker will become more important than ever during the Donald Trump presidency. And it will be all the more challenging as Graham faces intense challenges from conservatives in his home state. The Greenville News reported on Graham’s influence as a power broker in Washington.

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