Lindsey Graham Claims to Have Never Sent an Email

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., speaks to supporters after winning the Republican primary, Tuesday, June 10, 2014, in Columbia, S.C. Graham defeated six tea party challengers and avoided a runoff.
Lindsey Graham. Photo: Rainier Ehrhardt/AP

Republican senator and Benghazi obsessive Lindsey Graham would happily turn all of his email over to anyone who wants to see it — because he doesn’t have any. Or at least that’s what he claimed on Sunday’s Meet the Press. During a chat about the recent controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton, Chuck Todd asked Graham if he ever used a personal email account. “I don’t email,” Graham said. “I’ve never sent one. I don’t know what that makes me.” (A technophobe? Someone with a lot of assistants? A guy who’s been in politics long enough to know the dangers of a paper trail?) Perhaps he can cite this as a credential as he attempts to run against Hillary in 2016.

Graham Claims to Have Never Sent an Email