Washington – Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina on Sunday credited President Barack Obama with winning the “fiscal cliff” battle, but argued the final deal will likely do little to help the nation’s deficit problem.
“The president will get a political victory, a trophy for the president politically, but it will not change our debt situation or reduce our deficit in any meaningful way,” Graham told CNN. “It will be a political victory that is hollow in nature when it comes to preventing our country from becoming Greece.”
The senator further criticized the president, blasting him for failing to take action “in a bipartisan manner” or “embrace big ideas like entitlement reform.”
“He is really, quite frankly, small-minded in consequential times. I find him to be a hard guy to know and understand,” he said.
To read this article in its entirety visit CNN.