Sen. Lindsey Graham called the ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Trump "dangerous to the future of the presidency" during a press conference today on Capitol Hill.
Graham used a series of slides to compare the Trump impeachment inquiry to how the inquiry into President Clinton was conducted.
Graham called the Trump inquiry a "secret proceeding" and "a rogue action."
"The process in the house today is dangerous to the future of the presidency," Graham said. "God help future presidents."
Graham buttressed his claims with a series of tweets laying out the Graham-McConnell resolution which calls for the House to vote to initiate a formal impeachment inquiry.
Some context: Democrats plan on holding public hearings with some witnesses who have been deposed as part of their plan to provide some transparency to the inquiry.
It is possible, sources say, that public hearings could begin in mid-November. It is also possible, they could slip until after Thanksgiving.