WASHINGTON ― One of Donald Trump’s fiercest Republican critics, Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, said Tuesday that the president-elect should either provide evidence of his claims that millions of people voted illegally or stop spreading a false message.
“I don’t know what [Trump] is talking about,” Graham told The Huffington Post. “If he has evidence, bring it forward. If he doesn’t, he shouldn’t say things like that.”
Graham said he plans to introduce a bipartisan resolution in the Senate to show confidence in the integrity of the 2016 elections.
“I want people to believe — at least, the Senate be on record — that we believe the election is fair,” Graham said. “I’m sure there was problems, but it was free and fair.”