Lindsey Graham's nuclear bombs "tantrum" sparks backlash

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"Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, is seen during a news conference on January 17 in Washington, D.C. Graham got heated on Sunday during an interview with NBC News' Meet the Press host Kristen...n"
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"Kent Nishimura/Getty Imagesn Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Biden's decision to halt the bombs shipment to his country during a recent interview with Dr. Phil McGraw.We are doing everything we can to let the people leave, with amazing efforts."
Positive
8% Conservative
"Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, is seen during a news conference on January 17 in Washington, D.C. Graham got heated on Sunday during an interview with NBC News' Meet the Press host Kristen Welkeru2014with snippets of the conversation circulating on social media that included some mischaracterizations of his statements and context that said the senator had a tantrum."
Positive
4% Conservative
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