Sen. Lindsey Graham said Wednesday that adversaries in Russia and China are walking all over President Obama, a practice he would end if elected the next commander-in-chief.
"We're being walked over all over because our commander-in-chief is weak in the eyes of our enemies. Do you think Putin would be in the Ukraine today if Ronald Reagan were president. Why are the Chinese stealing our intellectual property, hacking into our system? Why are they building islands over research-rich waters? Because they can get away with it," Graham said during the undercard debate on CNBC.
The South Carolina Republican said his strong foreign policy would involve "a clenched fist and an open hand," prompting many online to joke that the presidential contender was playing a high-stakes game of rock, paper, scissors.Read more on WashingtonExaminer.com