Lindsey Graham Refuses to Drop Out

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said Tuesday that he’s not a quitter and is not considering suspending his GOP presidential campaign, even polling at zero percent across various national polls.

On ABC’s “The View,” Graham told the female panel that what’s keeping him going is the thought of being a “commander in chief worthy of the sacrifice of the 1 percent who are taking care of all of us.” The veteran went on to say that he believes he would be a president who would “keep us safe.”

In September, both low-polling Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and former Texas Governor Rick Perry ended their campaigns, leaving fifteen major Republican candidates.

“I have been in the military most of my life,” he continued. “You don’t drop out. You don’t get a pass.”

Later in the interview, Graham was also asked about the leading GOP candidates with no prior public service experience: Donald Trump, Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina. He responded, “When it comes to defending our country, experience is a good thing, and I’ve got plenty of it.”

 

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