The senator did not appear in the 60 Minutes report but when the report aired he immediately took to the television airwaves to tout it as a "death blow" to the Obama administration's telling of the Benghazi attacks and their response to it.
In retrospect, this looks suspiciously like coordination: Graham helped shape the Benghazi story with an anti-White House angle and then forcefully cheerled it, even announcing he'd block every White House appointee until he got answers about Benghazi.
Logan cut her teeth in London before convincing her employer - morning show GMTV - to send her to Kabul, Afghanistan, following the 9/11 attacks, knowing immediately that the fallout in the Middle East was the story of her career.
Future remains in question: Journalist Lara Logan of CBS News, pictured in Camp Victory in Baghdad, Iraq November 17, 2006, has still not returned to 60 Minutes since she broadcast a story on the Benghazi attack that turned out to be fabricated The coverage was immediately noticed, not just at the top of CBS News but competing networks.
Once trouble erupted, the senator was naturally there for Logan when she called for help.
In February 2011, Logan was sexually assaulted and beaten by a mob in Tahrir Square while reporting a story for 60 Minutes on the Egyptian Revolution.Lara Logan’s bold, award-winning reporting from war zones has earned her a prominent spot among the world’s best foreign correspondents.Named a full-time 60 Minutes correspondent in May 2012, the 2016-17 season will be her 12th contributing to the newsmagazine.The article casts doubt that Logan, who took a leave of absence from CBS in the wake of the Benghazi debacle last November, will ever return to the network.New York reports that veteran 60 Minutes correspondent Morley Safer demanded that Logan be fired in 2013, and portrays CBS News as being still bruised from the trauma.