Sen. Lindsey Graham Says Clemson's National Title Win May Help Resolve Government Shutdown

As you all in all probability know by now, the Clemson Tigers defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide on Monday evening to seize their third NCAA soccer National Title, and their second in three years. It was a blowout victory with a rating 44-16 and had all South Carolina buzzing. The win even caught the attention Sen. Lindsey Graham, who can be from South Carolina. The Senator is now saying the Tigers win might probably finish the federal government shutdown. 

In an interview with TMZ, Sen. Graham says “Remember that to achieve success it’s important to be a group .. and so I am gonna take that perspective about making an attempt to carry the Congress collectively.”

“There’s a deal available … safe that border with a wall element, assist the Dream Act inhabitants and others] who’ve been right here for many years who’re about to lose their authorized standing and do some authorized reforms and name it a day,” Sen. Graham continued. “There’s a deal available so let’s go get it … And after the soccer recreation, I am in a superb temper, so should you’re a Democrat, give me a name.”

The authorities has been shut down now for 18 days and has left 1000’s authorities employees with out pay.