Graham: Party Should ‘Reject’ What Donald Trump Says

‘If we don’t reject it, we’ve lost the moral authority, in my view, to govern this country’

BASH: “What if he says, you know what, you pushed me too hard, if he doesn't get the nomination, and I'm going to go run as a third- party candidate? Aren't you just then handing the keys to the White House to the Democrats?”

GRAHAM: “I have learned a long time that I can't control others. I'm not responsible for what he says. I'm responsible for what I believe. My party is responsible for who we are. This is a defining moment in the future of the Republican Party. We can't worry about what Donald Trump might do. We have to focus on what we should do. And, as a party, we should reject what he says, because it's not true. And if we don't reject it, we have lost the moral authority, in my view, to govern this country.”

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