“I thought his confirmation hearing was disturbing,” Mr. Graham said, according to a Politico report. “I don’t think we should vote on him until we get all the things we’ve requested on all the speeches he’s made.”
“He’s a good man, but these are dangerous times,” he said, in the Politico report. “What kind of signal are you sending to the Iranians when your secretary of defense is clueless about what your policy is?”
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