President-elect Donald Trump tapped North Carolina-based evangelist Franklin Graham (right) to be one of six faith leaders offering prayers or reading Bible passages at his Friday inauguration.
President-elect Donald Trump tapped North Carolina-based evangelist Franklin Graham (right) to be one of six faith leaders offering prayers or reading Bible passages at his Friday inauguration.
President-elect Donald Trump tapped North Carolina-based evangelist Franklin Graham (right) to be one of six faith leaders offering prayers or reading Bible passages at his Friday inauguration.

Who divided America? It wasn’t Trump, Franklin Graham says. And Trump tweets it.

January 19, 2017 01:25 PM

UPDATED January 20, 2017 12:38 AM

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