Sen. Linsdey Graham (R-SC) said Tuesday night that he was very disappointed by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's (D-NV) threat not to honor his "hold" on the confirmation of Chuck Hagel for secretary of defense.
"I'm very disappointed," Graham told a small group of reporters after the president's State of the Union speech. "I'm very upset about it and I'm going to fight back."
Graham said he will demand a cloture vote and hopes all Republicans will filibuster Hagel's nomination until the Obama administration provides the answers he wants.
"It gives double-standard a bad name. They really did go hard after [President] Bush when he -- his interrogation policies," Graham said. "They held up [John] Bolton for information. They're trying to jam Hagel through. We need more information about where he got his money and what speeches he gave."
"Chuck Hagel's a good man but they're stonewalling us on Benghazi."