Evangelist Franklin Graham, who has widely publicized his anti-gay and anti-Islam views over the years, is one of six faith leaders chosen to offer prayers at Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Graham will participate in the January 20 ceremony with five other religious figures.
The inaugural committee on Friday also released a full list of bands slated to perform in Trump’s inaugural parade, featuring marching bands from various states including Louisiana, Tennessee and Indiana.
Graham, the son of the evangelist Billy Graham, will offer prayers. Graham, who rallied Christian voters around the country this year over the issue of appointees to the US Supreme Court, has credited God for Trump’s win over Hillary Clinton.
Watch what Graham said just before the election H/T: Fox News: