Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) got plenty of airtime during the lower-tier portion of the first GOP debate on Thursday night. He answered questions about everything from the Clintons to energy independence to defunding Planned Parenthood.
But somehow, in nearly every answer, Graham managed to pivot to foreign policy and talk about the Islamic State militant group. Sometimes it was a graceful transition, other times it was abrupt.
In any case, we have to give Graham credit for sticking to what he knows best: arguing in favor of more military involvement in the Middle East.
Watch some of Graham's answers in the video above.
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