As the U.S. celebrates its 150th anniversary of the country’s independence from Great Britain, there is one issue that has taken on a life of its own in recent months.
The issue is patriotism, and it’s no small one.
The debate over how to honor America’s past has grown in recent years, from former President Richard Nixon to former Vice President Al Gore, to prominent Republicans like Sen. Lindsey Graham.
The most prominent Republican to make a name for himself over the past two decades, Graham is the one most often quoted on Fox News, where he’s often called a “Papa Doc.”
But in fact, Graham was born and raised in Georgia, and has long been a proponent of patriotism, even in his political leanings.
His wife, Cindy, was born in England to an English mother and American father.
The two met at an early age, and the couple began dating at a young age, even though Graham had been living in England since the late 1960s.
Their marriage was marred by a long battle with alcoholism, but after they divorced in 1982, they reunited to pursue a career in the textile industry.
When the couple separated in 1988, Graham found himself with a $40,000 debt and spent months struggling to get out of it, and eventually settled down in California, where his wife and children lived.
While he’s been a vocal supporter of the Republican Party, Graham has also been a critic of President Donald Trump, including recently calling for his impeachment.
Graham, who was born to an Irish immigrant mother and an American father, also served as the U,S.
ambassador to Italy and the first African American ambassador to the United Nations.
In 2017, he endorsed former vice presidential candidate Mike Pence and said he supports his policies, but he hasn’t endorsed any candidate for president in a long time.
“He is an American patriot.
He has stood up for American interests and principles,” Graham told Fox News.
He went on to say that he had the chance to serve as ambassador to Argentina and Portugal, but that he couldn’t do so because of a lack of money.
“I had the opportunity to represent the United States in an international forum, and I couldn’t. I couldn�t go,” Graham said.
And Graham has never endorsed a candidate for the White House, but the current Republican nominee for president, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, has been mentioned as a possible choice to lead the country, especially since she won the Republican nomination in June.
And in the early days of the presidential race, Graham suggested he could support Trump, despite having voted for him as a Republican.
In April, Graham told CNN he was open to supporting Trump.
“The issue is whether we can be patriotic, whether we’re patriotic to our country, whether it�s patriotic to this country,” Graham, a former Republican senator from South Carolina, told CNN.
“You have to be able to make decisions about what is patriotic to you.
The President is doing what he thinks is patriotic, which is, in my opinion, he is doing the right thing.
So I�m willing to vote for him, but I�ve got to vote against him.”
Graham, for his part, has not endorsed anyone for president.
The controversy over Graham’s endorsement of Fiorina came after he said in May that he thought Fiorina was a good candidate, but “there was a lot of talk about me.”
He said Fiorina was “a little bit of a socialist,” adding, “I don�t think it’s the best thing to do for the country.”
In June, Graham said he would have a “good debate” with Trump and that he was “not interested” in supporting either candidate.
“If we want to have a debate, I would be willing to have it,” Graham added.
In a tweet last month, he said he thought Trump was “willing to debate and he would be a great president” and “he has a very good chance of being reelected.”
But, in his remarks at the Fox News forum on June 26, Graham defended his previous comments and defended the way he’s addressed the topic.
“There is no doubt in my mind that he’s got a lot to answer for,” Graham insisted.
“To say he’s a good person, to say he�s a conservative, that is an insult to a lot Americans.
To say he has done what he�d said and done what the media is telling him to do is to insult the American people.
So to do that is to say I am not a conservative and I am a liar.”
But on the same day that Graham defended himself on Fox, he also tweeted that he didn’t think Trump was the right person to be the president.
Graham has said that he supports Trump, but has said little about whether he’s ever actually voted for the Republican candidate.
But he has said his own party should consider backing Trump, and that if Democrats