Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., slammed the Trump administration for not treating the suspect in Monday’s bombing in New York City as an enemy combatant, and said when it comes to interrogation policies of the current administration, “it’s as if President Obama and his team never left.”

“I am incredibly disappointed to see the Trump Administration continue to treat terrorists as common criminals. Giving Akayed Ullah a lawyer and putting him directly into the criminal justice system means we lose the ability to gather intelligence from a person who fits the profile of an enemy combatant,” Graham said in a series of tweets.

“We couldn’t possibly have gathered information on the multiple trips Ullah made to Bangladesh & other relevant activity in such a short period of time,” he continued. “Now that he has a lawyer there will be no more intelligence gathering & everything will have to be done through plea bargaining.”

Ullah, a native of Bangladesh, is suspected of detonating a pipe bomb in a highly trafficked walkway that connects the Seventh Avenue subway lines and the Eighth Avenue subway lines near Times Square. The device, described by law enforcement as “low-tech,” was held together with Velcro and zip ties.

Three people and Ullah, 27, were injured in the blast.

Graham said Monday he would hold the suspected bomber as an enemy combatant so the intelligence community can gather as much information as possible, including how those who pledge allegiance to the Islamic State are radicalized and “what makes them tick.”

Ullah was allegedly inspired by the terrorist group and said, “I did it for the Islamic State,” according to the Justice Department.

Federal prosecutors, though, filed federal terrorism charges against Ullah on Tuesday, including one count of using and attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction, and one count of bombing and attempting to bomb a public place.

Graham criticized the decision not to treat the suspected bomber as an enemy combatant.

“When it comes to the potential interrogation policies regarding terrorists, it is as if President Obama and his team never left,” he tweeted. “How many more attacks will it take before the Trump Administration braces the fact that we are fighting a war, not a crime?”