"If I can't get traction in New Hampshire, I'll have to reassess. But breaking through in New Hampshire makes me the odds on favorite in South Carolina then I am in the final four."
-Senator Graham on the importance of doing well in New Hampshire
2016 GOP presidential candidate, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, joined Kilmeade & Friends fill in host, former U.S. Senator Scott Brown, to talk about whether New Hampshire is make or break for his campaign, the killing of Jihad John and why it's important not to judge today's college generation based on the protests happening on campuses across the country.
Senator Graham on the importance of doing well in the New Hampshire primary.
"Can finish in the top tier in New Hampshire? If I do, I will win South Carolina. But I am going to make an assessment here, I have to do well outside of South Carolina. I have to prove to myself and others that I can breakthrough in New Hampshire. John McCain has an ad on television and radio in New Hampshire, saying Lindsey Graham is the best qualified to be commander-in-chief. He won in 2000 and 2008. If I can raise the money and hang in there, I think my message over time will break through. I am doing it the New Hampshire way. But if I don't move my numbers, if I can't get traction in New Hampshire, I'll have to reassess. But breaking through in New Hampshire makes me the odds on favorite in South Carolina then I am in the final four."