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The Hill 26 May 2020

Lindsey Graham: 'If it weren't for Joe Biden and Barack Obama there would never been an ISIS'


During a livestream for the Trump 2020 campaign, Sen. Lindsey Graham laid the blame for the formation of ISIS on the foreign policy of the Obama Administration.

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Retired Gen. Colin Powell, the secretary of State under former President George W. Bush, said Sunday he will be voting for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

"I certainly cannot in any way support President Trump this year," Powell said on CNN's "State of the Union."

Powell said he is "very close to Joe Biden," noting that he has worked with the former vice president for four decades.

"He is now the candidate, and I'll be voting for him," Powell added.

Powell said Trump "has not been an effective president" and "lies all the time," starting with his first day in office about the size of the crowd at his inauguration.

"I didn't vote for him [in 2016]. The situation ... has gotten worse," he said. "Every American citizen has to sit down and think through — don't listen to everybody out there. Don't read every newspaper. Use your common sense. Say, ‘Is this good for my country?'"

"Make America not just great but strong for all Americans, not just a couple," Powell added.

Trump called Powell a "real stiff" in a tweet after the former general announced his endorsement of Biden.

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