As Libya’s political structure collapses, and Muammar Gaddafi has been pushed out of power, Senator Lindsey Graham is still critical of what he says the U.S. did — and didn’t– do.
AUDIO: Graham on U.S. role in Gaddafi ouster
Graham says in spite of the tough U.S. economy, we should be ready to help Libya and what may be other struggling democracies.
AUDIO: Graham on reaching out to Libya
Senator Graham, the ranking Republican member of the Senate Foreign Operations subcommittee says a hard-line stance is still important, however, as Libya works through government transition.
AUDIO: Graham says U.S. must appear strong
AUDIO: Graham is urging action from the president:
Senator Graham says the U.S. must help Libya to help itself now– and that means working with the private sector.
AUDIO: Graham says we should work with “well-vetted” organizations:
Sen, Graham says he has met with the Libyan leaders who will be working with trying to create a democracy.
AUDIO: What is happening in Egypt is just as critical.
Graham was in Columbia Monday.