Graham Jabs Clinton with Lewinsky Remark

In an attempt to attack Democratic presidential favorite Hillary Clinton, Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham instead took a jab at her husband on Monday during the Voters First Forum in New Hampshire. Recalling Clinton's presidential scandal with Monica Lewinsky in 1996, Graham tried to connect the incident with Hillary Clinton's credibility. "I am fluent in Clinton-speak," he said. "When Bill says he didn't have sex with that woman, he did. When [Hillary Clinton] tells us: 'Trust me, you have all the emails you need,' we haven't even scratched the surface." The South Carolina senator was among 14 GOP candidates speaking at the precursor to the first Republican presidential debate on Thursday.