Rev. Franklin Graham appeared on Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends First” on Tuesday.
Graham reacted to Christianity Today’s editorial supporting the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Christianity Today also proclaimed President Donald Trump is unfit for the presidency.
Graham’s father, Billy Graham, founded Christianity Today 60 years ago.
In his response, Graham criticized the editorial as a left-leaning magazine that would have disappointed his late father.
Graham said, “This magazine — this left-leaning magazine, my father did start 60 years ago but is so far removed now from what my father founded the magazine to be. And for them to say the president should be removed when he has done more for Christians and evangelicals than any president in my lifetime, I just find it to be crazy. The man’s just lost his mind.”
He continued, “[F]or Christianity Today to suggest that he should step down, why?”
“What he’s done so much for our country, just because this is what Nancy Pelosi and a few people on the left want,” he continued. “And this magazine is following in step with the leftist agenda. My father would be very disappointed. My father actually had nothing really to do with this magazine for the last 25, 30 years.”
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“Nothing surprises me anymore,” he added.
“I know that the media in this country — many want to divide the evangelical community. And I think they’re using Christianity Today to try and divide the evangelicals. Listen, the people that voted for Trump are going to vote for him next time. And there’s going to be a whole lot more vote for him this next time because he has delivered. He made promises, and he’s delivering on those promises. So many presidents make promises, and you never see anything fulfilled. This man does it, and I find him to be an extremely honest man. Every time he tells me he is going to do something, he does it. I find it very refreshing.”
“I don’t know what the serious level of concern is. They used a word ‘profoundly immoral.’ I don’t what ‘profoundly immoral’ is. Is that the same as a little immoral? Mildly immoral? But profoundly immoral — I don’t get it,” Graham concluded.