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Sen. Lindsey Graham Says He’s “91% Sure” That He’ll Run For President – Gurl PLEASE!


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South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday in New Hampshire that  there is a “91 percent” chance that he will seek the GOP Presidential nomination in 2016, saying he is a proven Capitol Hill problem solver who has “got something to offer.”

Graham told Fox News Sunday” host Chris Wallace, who asked if the senator was being serious ” I’ve got to put the means together.

For his part, Mr. Graham, a “confirmed bachelor”  knows that a serious run would take him through his home state, the third major prize along the primary route.

“If I didn’t think I could win South Carolina, I wouldn’t be talking to you [about the race],” he told Wallace.

Graham also said Marco Rubio will be president one day, whether it is in 2016 or sometime later.

“I like Marco,” he said. *wink-wink – nudge nudge*

Ms. Graham’s “91 percent”  comment comes after fellow Republican Carly Fiorina, a former business executive, said there’s a “90 percent” chance she will run.

And I’m 100% sure Miss Lindsey will lose.

Source:  The Washington Times

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