Watch: Trump Speaks at Billy Graham Service at Capitol

Trump Speaks at Capitol Service for Billy Graham

In a solemn ceremony, President Trump and congressional leaders paid tribute to the Rev. Billy Graham Wednesday at the U.S. Capitol, calling him “America’s pastor” who connected with millions worldwide as he preached with humility.

Coverage of the Capitol Hill Service for Billy Graham

As the body of the evangelical leader lay in honor in the Rotunda, Trump and congressional leaders delivered brief speeches praising Graham and Congress’s chaplains offered prayers. Lawmakers then filed past Graham’s casket, pausing at times for prayer.

Prayers for Graham

Prayers were offered during the Capitol ceremony for Billy Graham. President Donald Trump was among those high-profile Washington leaders who honored the late Rev. Billy Graham on Wednesday, while the influential evangelist lies in honor at the US Capitol Wednesday.

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