Franklin Graham, son of evangelist Rev. Billy Graham, told Abby Huntsman that President-elect Donald Trump's election was largely a product of answered prayers.
Graham said that during his 2016 tour of the country, where he held prayer rallies at state capitols, he knew that people were praying for God to change the direction of the country.
"[Americans wanted] somebody in the White House that believed in God, and would listen to God's voice."
He said secularists have gained control of the federal government over the past number of years, and that they have pushed a more humanistic, atheist agenda.
"I believe God's hand was in it," he said of the election, "I'm not a Republican nor a Democrat, I'm just a follower of Jesus Christ."
Graham said he has attended past presidential inaugurations and hoped that people will come together to celebrate America on January 20, rather than hold mass demonstrations and protests against Trump.
"Donald Trump won... and the process moves forward."