Lindsey Graham ends presidential campaign
WASHINGTON - He's picked up such a small level of support in the presidential race, South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham didn't even qualify for the undercard debate last month.
And now, Graham is ending his campaign, while saying he remains committed to achieving security for the American people. Graham says that was the "centerpiece" of his campaign -- which he says also brought forward ideas about retiring the nation's debt and fixing the immigration system.
He said he had run "a campaign we can be proud of."
Graham is a foreign-policy hawk who has called President Barack Obama "a small-minded guy in big times."
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