It's a date: South Carolina's Sen. Lindsey Graham to lunch with President Trump on Tuesday
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham will be joining Donald Trump for lunch at the White House on Tuesday afternoon, according to the president's official schedule released Monday night.
This likely marks the very first time Graham and Trump have sat down together, for any length of time, face to face.
It will be just the two of them.
In May 2016, the two men spoke on the phone in a conversation Graham described as "cordial." Graham, R-S.C., might have exchanged words with Trump in February when he was invited to the White House for the celebration of the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.
Otherwise, Trump has obviously not felt a pressing need to reach out to one of his harshest critics from the campaign trail.