Sen. Lindsey Graham reacts to the death of Sean Connery

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COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCBD) – Sean Connery, the actor famous for playing the role of James Bond, died at the age of 90.

It has led to many reactions across the country from many fans.

One of these reactions came from Sen. Lindsey Graham who tweeted out a statement on Connery’s death.

He called Connery “a proud Scotsman who led an incredible life on and off screen.”

He ended the tweet by saying “Rest In Peace, 007.”

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