Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) joined Maria Bartiromo on "Sunday Morning Futures" today and said that when Republicans officially take over the Senate in January, he wants them work on many different bills, but he's not optimistic about the cooperation of President Obama, who he said is acting like a "spoiled child."

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If the president uses his executive authority to push through immigration reform without approval from the Senate, there will be a backlash against him and even Democratic candidates in 2016, Graham asserted, adding that the president is "tone deaf" about the results of the midterm election.

"He is in denial about what happened. He is arrogant about the results," Graham said. "The American people put a stop sign outside the oval office. All he has to do is look at it."

Graham said that Iran and the deal we have with them over their nuclear program is one of the first things he wants to bring before the Senate for an up or down vote.

Watch the clip above.

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