Graham walks back 'that's nuts' comment on GOP congressmen storming impeachment hearing | TheHill
Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamGraham nixes plan to send Pelosi letter warning GOP won't convict Trump Graham: White House needs to do better job on impeachment messaging Graham implores Trump on Syria: 'Listen to your commanders' MORE (R-S.C.) walked back his earlier comments that called out a group of House Republicans for storming into a closed-door deposition that is part of the ongoing impeachment inquiry into President TrumpDonald John TrumpSchedule for additional depositions in impeachment inquiry revealed Sondland attorney disputes key portions of Taylor testimony: report Impeachment inquiry might be public by mid-November: report MORE on Wednesday.
CORRECTION:I was initially told House GOP took the SCIF by force – basically like a GOP version of Occupy Wall Street. Apparently it was a peaceful protest. Big difference. I understand their frustration and they have good reason to be upset. https://t.co/39GLwGgrPq
He also criticized the inquiry process, reportedly saying he didn't like the closed-door hearings and that transcripts from the impeachment inquiry interviews should be made available. That criticism was largely the same as the argument made by House GOP members who went into the secure hearing room.