Franklin Graham Says President Trump ‘Will Go Down in History as One of the Great Presidents of Our Nation’

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Franklin Graham said he’s “grateful” for President Donald J. Trump’s service to the country, adding Trump will “go down in history as one of the great presidents of our nation” on a Facebook post Monday.

The President of Samaritan’s Purse and the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association shares his feelings after the electoral college officially made Democrat Joe Biden the president-elect. Graham admits he’s disappointed by the election.

However, the remarkable milestones Trump achieved over four years in Washington, DC were incredible — historical.

Trump helped Israel, Bahrain and the UAE signed a trilateral document, in addition to the bilateral agreement called the “Abraham Accords” in September. The “Abraham Accords” peace agreement was signed in August and was brokered by the US. It represents the three parties of Christianity, Abrahamian religions Islam and Judaism. Trump is also touted as the most pro-life president in American history. Trump announced that his administration helped secure a fourth peace deal between Israel and an Arab nation. “Morocco is the fourth Arab country to move toward normalization with Israel in the last four months as part of the Trump administration’s ‘Abraham Accords’ initiative,” Axios reports.

Trump helped to rescind an Obama administration guidance that prevented states from taking actions against providers that may be necessary to prevent Medicaid funds from going to fund abortion. This is the president that gave us Supreme Court judges that are pro-life.

Graham adds he’s grateful to God who gave us a president, who defended the “lives of the unborn, standing publicly against abortion and the bloody smear it has made on our nation.”

He thanks Trump who “nominated conservative judges to the Supreme Court and to our federal courts; grateful for a president who built the strongest economy in 70 years with the lowest unemployment rate in 50 years before the pandemic; grateful for a president who strengthened and supported our military; grateful for a president who stood against ‘the swamp’ and the corruption in Washington; grateful for a president who supported law and order and defended our police.”

Additionally, Graham says, he’s thankful to God “for a president and a vice president who recognized the importance of prayer and were not ashamed of the name of Jesus Christ.”

-Corine Gatti-Santillo

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