Listen: President, Lindsey Graham And Senate Foreign Relations Committee discussed on Ethan Bearman
"Had party disagreements over the years. Absolutely correct. The president can't just make these statements he has to come back. But now let's be clear about something Joe the president has the power even under the War Powers Act. The president as commander in chief has the power to order any action he chooses. And I think I'm in favor of presidential power, but I believe one a member of the United States Senate like Lindsey Graham or Bob Menendez or Marco Rubio of Florida, Republican raise these kinds of questions, the president needs to respond, and if I were chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations committee, I would be calling in the secretary of state secretary of defense, just as was done by Bill Fulbright when he was chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations committee on the war in Vietnam. And if you remember that was the beginning of the downfall. Of the Johnson administration access if you will, including Bob McNamara and Dean Rusk so will agree on that. And I want you to know how much I appreciate your call Joe. Okay. Have a good night for one five eight zero eight zero eight ten if you disagree with me. Please pick up the phone and tell me I'm wrong. Don't you believe that the president has an obligation not only inform congress, but certainly ally? Like Lindsey Graham, they play golf together. Lindsey Graham has been up front and out front defending the president for one five eight zero eight zero eight ten I am John Rothman right here on Keijo. John Rothman on K. G O eight ten. Taking"