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According to Senator Lindsey Graham, he has turned over his phone to the FBI after someone attempted to scam him by impersonating a communication from Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. 

At the Hill & Valley Forum, Graham disclosed that he initially believed he was receiving a message from Schumer, only to discover it was not him. Graham said, “So I get a message, I think, from Schumer, it ain’t from Schumer, and next thing you know, my phone’s, I don’t know what. Anything you can create apparently can be hacked.” He also confirmed that his phone was in the hands of the FBI now

Taylor Reidy, a spokesman for Senator Graham, said, “The Sergeant at Arms is investigating a possible hack of Sen. Graham’s phone.”

The FBI has not provided any additional information. More to come.


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