Sen. Lindsey Graham Lindsey Olin GrahamMurkowski warns to rush to conclusions about the impeachment of Syrian Democratic Armed Forces over "humanitarian disaster" MORE (RS.C.) said Wednesday he sent a letter to the Spokeswoman for the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi
Graham said in an appearance in Fox News & # 39; Fox & Friends that he wanted to ask other Senate Republicans to sign a letter to Pelosi, in which he said "the phone call between the Presidents and "do not believe Ukraine is a criminal offense. "
" You are about to destroy the nation for no good reason, "Graham said," and I want Nancy Pelosi to know that Republican senators will not indict this President on the basis of this record, so she can stop now, before it destroys the country. "
The House Democrats are in the early stages of impeachment investigation Trump asks the Ukrainian government to work with his personal lawyer . Rudy Giuliani investigates the Bidens and allegations that the President was trying to help Ukraine detention to induce Kiev to carry out such an investigation.
Trump According to records published by the White House appeal, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky asked to collaborate with Giuliani, and expressed the hope that he would play the role Former Vice President Joe Biden firing a uk could "investigate" the state prosecutor.
"There's a lot of talk about Biden's son that Biden stopped the prosecution, and many people want to find that out, as you can with the attorney general," Trump told Zelensky on July 25
The White House continued the fight for the impeachment investigation on Tuesday and sent a letter to Pelosi and the Investigative Chair would refuse to continue working with the probe.
In the The White House argued that Democrats were pursuing an "unconstitutional" investigation into a duly elected president.
Graham, one of Trump's most vocal ally on the Capitol Hill, beat house democrats on Wednesday that they could not care less about fairness.
"You have to vote to make it legitimate," he added.
Graham, chairman of Justiza Senate Senate, On Tuesday he announced that he will invite Giuliani to testify before his panel. The decision marked a 180 for Graham, who had previously called for an investigation into "everything in Ukraine," but said that she had to come from outside the Congress "He would be treated respectfully," Graham said during the interview with Fox News. "At the end of the day, I'll shed light on everything Ukraine has to offer."