Lindsey Graham fights back at rowdy town hall: "Bring it on"

“All of you want [Donald] Trump to be denied what comes with being president — not all of you, but some of you — and you want to overturn the election,” Graham shouted over jeers.

Later, as constituents chanted “your last term,” Graham fired back.

“Good! Bring it on — we’re going to have an election in 2020,” he said, referring to when his seat is up. “Here’s what I’m going to do: Between now and 2020, I’m not (gonna) worry about losing my job. I’m not worried about you not voting for me. You know what I am worried about? Our country.”

Since inauguration, many GOP lawmakers have faced vocal opposition from constituents during town hall meetings, and not everyone has handled the pressure well.