During a campaign event, Donald Trump holds up a piece of paper with a phone number written big enough for the crowd and cameras to see. Then, he reads the number aloud. The number belongs to Sen. Lindsey Graham.
While doxxing borders on illegal, it’s not usually investigated or prosecuted unless personal information is shared with a clear threat to the person’s safety. Graham gets a new phone and number shortly after.
Graham had angered Trump by repeatedly criticizing him and his campaign on television. Sharing Graham’s number doesn’t stop the comments, though.
A month later, Graham will tell CNN that Donald Trump is the end of the Republican party.