This was a mistake.

During a recent appearance on Fox News Radio, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) clashed with President Trump who questioned if NASCAR’s Bubba Wallace apologized for causing controversy about a “noose” he thought was found in his stall.

According to Brietbart, when discussing NASCAR’s decision to ban the Confederate flag, Graham stated, “They’re trying to grow the sport. I’ve lived in South Carolina all my life. If you’re in business, the Confederate flag is not a good way to grow your business. The idea that Bubba Wallace, who is the only, I think, African American driver was upset by somebody finding a noose in the garage made perfect sense to me.”

He then said, “NASCAR is trying to grow the sport, and one way you grow the sport is you take images that divide us and ask that they not be brought into the venue. That makes sense to me.”

Then when he was asked about President Trump’s tweet demanding an apology, Graham stated, “I don’t think Bubba Wallace has anything to apologize for. I do say this about the drivers, even though it was a noose created to hold the door open in the times in which we live there is a lot of anxiety, so what did you see? You saw the best in NASCAR. When there was a chance that it was a threat against Bubba Wallace, they all rallied to Bubba’s side. I would be looking to celebrate that kind of attitude more than being worried about it being a hoax.”

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