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Lindsey Graham Might Run for President -- If He Sees a 'Viable Path

US Senator Lindsey Graham, R-SC. (AFP/Getty Images)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina has set up a committee he says will help him look beyond his home state to determine if he might have a "viable path" to the Republican presidential nomination.

Sen. Lindsey Graham US Senator Lindsey Graham, R-SC. (AFP/Getty Images)

Graham said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that he set up a "testing-the-waters committee" to allow him to consider a presidential bid.

The South Carolina Republican said he's unsure "where this will go," but he intends to look into a possible campaign. His home state is the site of the nation's first Southern primary and often serves as a crucial test for presidential candidates.

Graham said in December he was thinking about seeking the GOP nomination. He has been a close ally of Sen. John McCain of Arizona, Republicans' presidential nominee in 2008.

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