Graham returns to his roots to say he’ll run for president + VIDEO

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham's boyhood friends remember the once-scrawny kid who warmed the bench at high-school football games and lived with his family at the back of its liquor store, beer joint and pool hall. It was a hardscrabble childhood. But Graham will return those roots, in the tiny town of Upstate, to tell his closest friends and supporters Monday that he will run for president.


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