Lindsey Graham Got His A*s Handed To Him On Twitter Over His Pathetic Attempt To Smear And Attack His Old Friend Joe Biden Brutally Backfired Right In His Face

You knew better, sir.

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Two-faced, Trump-loving South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham effectively got his chicken fried ass handed to him on Twitter today, after he attempted to launch a nasty smear attack against President Joe Biden, a man he used to respect, revere, and call a personal friend.

Yesterday, the President attended a highly-prestigious emergency summit of NATO leaders, where he and his fellow world leaders discussed in person the ongoing, devastating Russian invasion of Ukraine. Following the paramount meeting, President Biden held a 20-minute or so press conference, where he answered questions and gave the press a light briefing on the meeting of world leaders in such an unprecedented time.

During the press briefing, Biden was questioned about European concerns regarding the possibility of a Trump comeback in 2024 — as we all know good and well that the former guy will certainly be running again if he’s legally and physically able — and what that could potentially mean for the world’s current coordinated response against Russia. To be frank, there’s no denying that all the work Biden and the West have put in would be rapidly undone, should Donald Trump see the inside of the White House again.

In answering the reporter’s question, President Biden explained how he was originally inspired to run for the White House following Donald Trump’s infamous “both sides” statement, in response to the deadly 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

It seems Graham found this to be the prime opportunity to try to trash the President, taking to his Twitter and writing, “As Ukraine burns, President Biden is talking about Charlottesville and domestic politics. Very sad.”

As I’m sure you can imagine, the South Carolina Republican lawmaker did not get the response he was undoubtedly hoping for in the comments of his attack:

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