Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Sunday called President Barack Obama "tone deaf" to the voices of the American people, slamming the president for putting forth the "most liberal agenda of modern times."
"The only way the president could possibly survive is [by coming] back to the middle," Graham said on NBC's "Meet the Press." "He's tone deaf — putting [Khalid Sheikh Mohammed] on trial in New York City ... interjecting himself in the mosque debate, made no sense."
"He's tone deaf on terrorism issues and he's certainly tone deaf on the economy."
Graham accused Obama of running as a centrist but governing "from the left," acquiescing to the politics and agenda of the House. The senator added that if the elections "were held tomorrow," the GOP would make substantial gains.