Rev. Franklin Graham joined "Fox & Friends" Thursday saying that Donald Trump has not divided this country and reaffirmed his stance that God played a role in getting Trump elected.

When asked about the nearly 70 members of Congress skipping Friday's inauguration, Graham pointed to the six different faiths being represented as a show of unity. 

"It wasn't Donald Trump that divided this country," he said. "This country has been divided for a long time, and we do need to come together and we need to pray today now more than ever. ... Only God can fix this country."

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Graham is the president and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. His father, Billy, spoke at four presidential inaugurations.

Trump took to Twitter to praise Graham's remarks.

"It's a great privilege to be able to stand with the president and to be able to stand before the nation and focus on God for a few minutes," Graham said.

While he took some heat for saying God played a role in the election, he stood by his stance as he recalled what happened as he visited all 50 states during the campaign trail.

"I just sensed as I went across the country that God was getting ready to do something to change the direction of this country," he said.

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