GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham defends Biden as 'my friend,' says he wasn't 'driven by malice'

 Lindsey Graham.
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As former Vice President Joe Biden continues to face allegations of making women uncomfortable with inappropriate touching, some Republicans are coming to his defense.

The latest was Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who on Wednesday said that Biden "is my friend" and that "whatever he did, it may have been inappropriate, but it was not driven by malice or misconduct," per NBC's Frank Thorp.

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Brendan Morrow

Brendan worked as a culture writer at The Week from 2018 to 2023, covering the entertainment industry, including film reviews, television recaps, awards season, the box office, major movie franchises and Hollywood gossip. He has written about film and television for outlets including Bloody Disgusting, Showbiz Cheat Sheet, Heavy and The Celebrity Cafe.