One GOP senator on Sunday showed that Israel has no shortage of support in the U.S., even as President Joe Biden and his administration have chosen to turn their back on the Jewish nation.

Last week, Biden threatened to withhold Israel’s aid if the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) conducted a ground military operation in Rafah. Raffah, a city in Gaza, remains the last stronghold of Hamas, and the Israeli government has vowed to invade the city to put an end to the terrorist group despite Biden’s threat.

Biden’s threat angered many lawmakers on both sides of the two major parties, with some calling for the president’s impeachment. Sen. Lindsey Graham (SC), while speaking on Sunday’s broadcast of NBC’s  “Meet the Press,” insisted that the entire Republican party stands with Israel.

“Here’s what I would say — there is some hope we can get over this,” Graham told Kristen Welker. “Non-negotiable: the destruction of Hamas. Nobody in Israel will allow Hamas to be standing militarily or politically when this is over — how we get there is subject to negotiation. My problem is not with the weapons that Israel is using, my problem is with the tactics that Hamas is using and the idea that America would not send a nickel of aid, echoed by [a] United States senator [Bernie Sanders], when all of the Jews are trying to [avoid] be[ing] killed by radical Islamic groups tells us where we’re at as a nation. The Republican Party is with Israel without apology.”

Welker, referencing President Ronald Reagan’s decision to withhold military aid to Israel in the 1980s, asked the GOP lawmaker why it was okay for Reagan to withhold weapons from Israel and wrong for Biden to do the same thing.

Welker’s question drew a fiery response from Graham, who insisted that Israel must do whatever it has to do to protect itself.

“Well, why is it okay — can I say this?” Graham jumped in. “Why is it okay for America to drop two nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end their existential threat war? Why was it okay for us to do that? I thought it was okay. To Israel — do whatever you have to do to survive as a Jewish state. Whatever you have to do.”

“Senator, again, military officials say the technology has changed. But let me ask you about how all of this could impact —” Welker responded.

Graham shot back, saying, “Yeah, these military officials that you’re talking about are full of crap!”