Former US President Bill Clinton is paying his respects to the late Rev. Billy Graham, who passed away last week. Clinton arrived in Charlotte on Tuesday where Graham's body is currently located at his boyhood home.
Bill Clinton also spoke with Franklin Graham for several minutes.
According to ABC News, Bill Clinton is the second former president to visit Charlotte to pay his respects to America's great evangelist. Yesterday, George W. Bush visited Graham's library along with 6,000 other mourners.
According to Bush, it was an honor to pay his respects to the Graham family. But perhaps more importantly, it meant a lot to pay tribute to a person who had not only an influential influence on Bush but on the lives of millions of people.
"We are honored to come pay our respects to the Graham family and more importantly, to come say goodbye to a person who was influential in our lives and influential in the lives of millions."
George Bush also noted that Billy Graham's personal characteristics were also remarkable. Not only was he a towering evangelist; he was also humble and a "shepherd of the Lord."
"If there is such a thing as a humble shepherd of the Lord, Billy Graham is that person. I'm unbelievably blessed to have met him."
In response to George W. Bush's visit, Franklin Graham has claimed that he is very honored and thankful.
"I appreciate President George W. Bush and his wife Laura Bush coming to pay their respect to my father today in Charlotte," he said. "It was so good of them. My father would have been honored. We shared some great memories."
Evangelist Billy Graham, a confidant to US presidents and a guiding light to millions of American evangelicals, died on Wednesday morning. Graham was a popular American and international preacher and helped millions to convert to Christianity.
President Trump is expected to attend Graham's funeral on Friday. Trump also paid his respects to the evangelical leader over Twitter.
"The GREAT Billy Graham is dead. There was nobody like him! He will be missed by Christian and all religions. A very special man!"
In recent news, the mainstream media is nervously admitting that Trump is on track to win re-election.