Lindsey Graham Says He Has Secret "Sins" Of His Own
"I think he will be welcomed back by his colleagues and go back to being a good senator," said Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who said Ensign shouldn't have resigned his leadership spot.
Graham downplayed the political impact this would have on the GOP, saying, "Most Americans look at this as a personal situation."
Graham let out a laugh and said: "I've got plenty of sins that I'm not going to share with anyone else."
Democrats in Louisiana are trying to use Ensign's affair against another senator whose secret sins came to light -- David Vitter.