Sen. Lindsey Graham joined FNC's Maria Bartiromo on "Sunday Morning Futures" to discuss allegations of corruption involving Joe Biden and his son's business dealings in Ukraine.
FOX NEWS, MARIA BARTIROMO: A lot to talk about right now with the man of the hour.
He's the Republican Senator from South Carolina Lindsey Graham. He's the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. He also sits on the Senate Appropriations, Foreign Relations and Budget committees.
Senator, it's always pleasure to have you.
SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM (R-SC): Thank you.
BARTIROMO: Good to see you this morning.
GRAHAM: Thank you very much.
BARTIROMO: First, let's talk Ukraine for a moment.
BARTIROMO: Does the president have something to worry about in terms of that phone call he had with the leader of Ukraine.
GRAHAM: I think every president would have a lot to worry about if this phone call is handled the way they're talking about.
Can you imagine future presidents having a phone call with a foreign leader and it winds up going to Congress? If that's not an executive privilege moment, I don't know what would be.
So the foreign minister of the Ukraine said there's no pressure. They have got the money. Nothing's happened.
But here's something that really did surprise me. Joe Biden said everybody's looked at this and found nothing. Who is everybody? Nobody's looked at the Ukraine and the Bidens. Nobody's looked at the role the Ukraine played in the 2016 election.
Do you think the media in America would really look at it and report on it if there was something bad for the Bidens or are they unduly interfered in the 2016 election?
So here's what I'm calling on, calling for.