Franklin Graham Encourages Christians and Millennials to ‘Hold Your Nose and Vote … Donald Trump Has Changed’

SCREENSHOT Rev. Franklin Graham speaking on Fox News’ "On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.”
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Rev. Franklin Graham speaking on Fox News’ “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.”

President and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and Samaritan’s Purse, Franklin Graham, encourages Christians and Millennials to hold their nose and vote on Nov. 8th, stating he believes Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is a changed man.

Graham is gearing up to release the upcoming film “Facing Darkness” about Samaritan’s Purse and its fight against the largely ignored epidemic of the killer virus Ebola that infected two of the group’s medical workers and eventually gained international attention. While talking about the film, Graham gave advice to Millennials and Christians who might be on the fence about voting for either candidate this election.

“We do not live in a perfect world, the political world is not perfect but we are citizens of the United States. So for the Millennials that are listening, you’ve got an opportunity to change the future of your country, and that is by the ballot box, by voting,” Franklin told The Christian Post.

Although his daughter Cissie Graham Lynch recently publicly endorsed Trump for president, Graham has not done so openly but he did make it clear that the Republican Party stands for protecting the rights of Christians.

“There’s two different pictures and two different visions for America.The Democratic Party has a vision, Hillary Clinton has a vision, Donald Trump has a totally different vision for this nation with the Republican Party. This isn’t difficult to figure out if you are a Christian. There’s really very few choices here because the Republican party has a platform where they support life, the unborn, they’re very clear on these issues. I think it all boils down to the Supreme Court,” he said.

“You may have to hold your nose and vote,” Graham maintained. “I have people that say, ‘Well I don’t like Donald Trump, I don’t like what he says.’ Well I don’t like what he said either, I promise I don’t like it. But those are things that he said 11 years ago, not something that he said today. I think Donald Trump has changed. I think God is working on his heart and in his life. But people have to make up their own mind.”

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SOURCE: The Christian Post
Jeannie Law