While most Republicans were smart enough to condemn Trump's recent lynching comparisons, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) spoke out in defense of the president's usage of the term.
"This is a lynching in every sense. This is un-American," Graham said to reporters.
"I've never seen a situation in my lifetime as a lawyer where somebody is accused of a major misconduct who cannot confront the accuser, call witnesses on their behalf and have the discussion in the light of day so the public can judge," he said, adding of Trump's description - "I think that's pretty well accurate."
"I think lynching is being seen as somebody taking the law in their own hands and out to get somebody for no good reason," the diehard Trump supporter told them.
Graham did not back down, even when a reporter asked him if he understood why the Black community was offended by Trump's remarks.
"Yes, African Americans have [been] lynched. Other people have been lynched throughout history. What does lynching mean? That a mob grabs you, they don't give you a chance to defend yourself, they don't tell you what happened to you, they just destroy you. That's exactly what's happening in the United States House of Representatives right now," he said.
"In every sense, this is a mob taking over the rule of law. This is fundamentally un-American, and until it changes, I will fight back as hard as I can," he added, referring to the Democrats.
“So some day, if a Democrat becomes President and the Republicans win the House, even by a tiny margin, they can impeach the President, without due process or fairness or any legal rights,” the president tweeted early Tuesday. “All Republicans must remember what they are witnessing here - a lynching. But we will WIN!”