Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., claimed on “America’s Newsroom” Tuesday that “the demise of the Democratic Party” is underway, as voters headed to the polls in New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary.
“The president’s in a spot where he really can’t lose as this plays out,” Graham said on Tuesday. “[Former Vice President Joe] Biden’s going to win South Carolina, you’re going to have three different winners in the first three states.”
“On Super Tuesday, I think [billionaire and former New York City mayor Mike] Bloomberg is going to make a real dent. He’s going to make a real presence,” he continued. “You’re going to go to this convention with Biden basically collapsed. Somebody’s going to fill that lane, it’s not going to be [Democratic Sen.] Amy Klobuchar, it’s going to be Bloomberg.”
He went on to say that if the 2020 Democratic National Convention in July comes around and “if you can’t find a nomination on the first round of voting, the Democratic Party as we know it is going to completely implode.”