Graham considering a presidential run

Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamDurbin: I had 'nothing to do' with Curbelo snub Republicans jockey for position on immigration Overnight Health Care: House passes 20-week abortion ban | GOP gives ground over ObamaCare fix | Price exit sets off speculation over replacement MORE (R-S.C.) said Sunday that he is considering running for president.

The foreign policy hawk said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he has established a “testing the waters committee” to see if he would have a viable shot at winning the GOP nomination.

“I am definitely going to look at it,” he said.

Graham said he had not yet done any polling to see if he would have a shot, but argued that his foreign policy stances have proven his worth.

“I think the world is falling apart, and I’ve been more right than wrong when it comes to foreign policy,” he said. “But we’ll see.”

Graham has been a fierce critic of President Obama’s foreign policy, arguing the U.S. pulled out of Iraq too quickly and has failed to support rebels in Syria against Bashar Assad. He said Sunday that the president’s policies are based on campaign promises, and are putting lives at risk.