The former secretary of state told Howard Stern that the Republican was "funny" and "good company" when they traveled as senators.
In an interview with Don Lemon on CNN, former vice president Joe Biden said he was "disappointed" in his colleague Lindsey Graham, called President Donald Trump "corrupt" and said he was in great health and could fulfill the demands of the office of president.
The senator's behavior was a "slap in the face to the entire veteran community," the veteran who recorded the video told Newsweek.
The Republican senator for South Carolina sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo asking for documents relating to former Vice President Joe Biden and Ukraine.
"Members of the Senate have said, 'I understand everything there is about this case, and I won't vote to impeach the president.' Please allow the facts to do the talking," Graham said in 1998.
"We have concluded that the real intention of ISIS is to begin a mission they're calling 'break down the fences,'" Iraq's Lieutenant General Saad al-Allaq said.
"That's at least one promise that they fulfilled," quipped "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough on his MSNBC show.
The 20th century genocide killed more than 1 million people, and the Turkish government still denies it occurred.
Republican senator has told Fox News that GOP members should make their opposition to the proceedings heard, which he says are a "threat to the presidency."
John Avlon said that Graham has now essentially suggested that Trump is too "incompetent" and could not actually formulate a quid pro quo.
"I don't trust Adam Schiff to be fair," Graham said.
Senator Lindsey Graham told Politico that every day of the Trump administration has been like Christmas. "You don't know what's under the tree. It can be that shotgun you've been hoping to get, or it can be a sweater you don't want," he said.
Graham said Tuesday that evidence against Trump from Gordon Sondland's testimony was a "bunch of BS."
Rivals U.S. and Iran both support Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi—but he's under increasing pressure to step down amid widespread protests that could put US troops at risk
Thanks to Senator Graham, House Democrats had no choice but to finally bring the impeachment process to a vote
The South Carolina senator has introduced a resolution to the Senate accusing the House of a lack of due process and transparency in its impeachment inquiry.
"I'm not here to tell you that Donald Trump's done nothing wrong," the Trump ally told reporters. "I'm not here to tell you anything other than that the way [Democrats] are going about it is really dangerous for the country."
Graham wasn't the only Republican to condemn his GOP colleagues. "It was a mistake," congressman Jim Jordan said. "They understand now and it won't happen again."
Former Obama adviser Susan Rice called Senator Lindsey Graham " a piece of sh*t" during an interview on the Pod Save the World show.
"Nobody believes that China would be fair to Biden," Graham said, "Trump, me or you, or anybody."
"If we abandon the Kurds, ISIS will come back and if there's an attack here or against our allies, President Trump owns it," the Republican senator said.
The Democratic senator described Trump's missive to Turkey's president as "one heck of an interesting letter."
The author responded to the Republican senator's most recent verbal attack on Trump over the president's decision to withdraw U.S. forces from protecting the Kurds in Syria.
"This is a complete and utter national security disaster in the making and I hope President Trump will adjust his thinking," the Republican senator tweeted.
Senate Judiciary Chairman previously made similar remarks during former President Bill Clinton's impeachment hearing.
"We should in a bipartisan way seek to ... change Turkey's behavior," Democratic Representative Eric Swalwell said.
The South Carolina senator and Trump ally slammed the president last week over the withdrawal of U.S. military support in Syria.
"The only way this actually ends is when we protect ourselves against those who would threaten us," Jack Keane said.
"I don't understand how a president that claims he's the toughest President ever would do such a weak move like this," Representative Adam Kinzinger said.
"This is heart-rending for anybody who has shed blood, who has deployed forward," former NATO Supreme Allied Commander James Stavridis said.