As pundits debate whether or not Russians influenced the U.S. presidential election, evangelist Franklin Graham is suggesting that someone else certainly did.
"Since the election, there's been a lot of discussion as to how Donald Trump won the election," Graham said Saturday at the president-elect's "thank you" stop in Mobile, Alabama, according to AL.com.
"I believe it was God," the son of well-known evangelist Billy Graham said. "God showed up. He answered the prayers of hundreds of thousands of people across this land that have been praying for our country."
@Franklin_Graham Praying for President Elect @realDonaldTrump Last #ThankYouTour2016 in Mobile Alabama… https://t.co/EejKbUae3S— 🇺🇸Hispanic4Ttump2020🇺🇸 (@🇺🇸Hispanic4Ttump2020🇺🇸) 1482010548.0
Graham offered a prayer at Trump's rally at the Ladd-Peebles Stadium.
This wasn't the first time the theologian has speculated that God played a role in Trump's election. On Wednesday, he asked his Twitter followers who had a hand in the election — Russians or God.
Do you think the Russians interfered with the outcome of the U.S. election or was it God?— Franklin Graham (@Franklin Graham) 1481734951.0