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After this visit, Johnson would frequently call on Graham for more spiritual counseling as well as companionship. He was always trying to keep me there. He just never wanted me to leave. In contrast with his more limited access with Truman, Eisenhower and Kennedy, Graham would not only visit the White House private quarters but would also at times kneel at Johnson's bedside and then pray with him whenever the President requested him to do so. Graham once recalled "I have never had many people do that. Johnson was also the first sitting President to attend one of Graham's crusades, which took place in Houston, Texas, in During the United States presidential election, supporters of Republican nominee Barry Goldwater sent an estimated 2 million telegrams to Graham's hometown of Montreat, North Carolina , and sought the preacher's endorsement.
Supportive of Johnson's domestic policies, and hoping to preserve his friendship with the President, Graham resisted pressure to endorse Goldwater and stayed neutral in the election.
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Following Johnson's election victory, Graham's role as the main White House pastor was solidified. At one point, Johnson even considered making Graham a member of his cabinet and grooming him to be his successor, though Graham insisted he had no political ambitions and wished to remain a preacher. He spent the last night of Johnson's presidency in the White House, and he stayed for the first night of Nixon's.
In , Nixon appeared at a Graham revival in East Tennessee , which they thought safe politically. It drew one of the largest crowds in Tennessee and protesters against the Vietnam War. Nixon was the first president to give a speech from an evangelist's platform. Graham officiated at one presidential burial and one presidential funeral. He presided over the graveside services of President Lyndon B.
Johnson in and took part in eulogizing the former president.
Graham officiated at the funeral services of former First Lady Pat Nixon in ,  and the death and state funeral of Richard Nixon in Bush in his eulogy. Graham had a friendly relationship with Queen Elizabeth II and was frequently invited by the Royal Family to special events. Their friendly relationship may have been because they shared a traditional approach to the practical aspects of the Christian faith. Graham was outspoken against communism and supported the American Cold War policy, including the Vietnam War.
In a speech, Graham discussed his relationship with the late North Korean leader Kim Il-sung , praising him as a "different kind of communist" and "one of the great fighters for freedom in his country against the Japanese. In , Graham preached in the Soviet Union and attended a wreath-laying ceremony to honor the war dead of World War II , when the Soviets were American allies in the fight against Nazism.
He voiced fear of a second holocaust, not against Jews , but "a nuclear holocaust " and advised that "our greatest contribution to world peace is to live with Christ every day.
During the Watergate affair, there were suggestions that Graham had agreed with many of President Richard Nixon 's antisemitic opinions, but he denied them and stressed his efforts to build bridges to the Jewish community. In , the controversy was renewed when declassified " Richard Nixon tapes " confirmed remarks made by Graham to Nixon three decades earlier.
When the tapes were made public, Graham apologized   and said, "Although I have no memory of the occasion, I deeply regret comments I apparently made in an Oval Office conversation with President Nixon They do not reflect my views and I sincerely apologize for any offense caused by the remarks. In , more Nixon tapes were released, in which Graham is heard in a conversation with Nixon referring to a group of Jewish journalists and "the synagogue of Satan ". A spokesman for Graham said that Graham has never been an antisemite and that the comparison in accord with the context of the quotation in the Book of Revelation  was directed specifically at those claiming to be Jews, but not holding to traditional Jewish values.
After a crusade in New York, some more fundamentalist Protestant Christians criticized Graham for his ecumenism , even calling him "Antichrist". Graham expressed inclusivist views, suggesting that people without explicit faith in Jesus can be saved. In a interview with Robert Schuller , Graham said. I think that everybody that loves or knows Christ, whether they are conscious of it or not, they are members of the body of Christ They may not know the name of Jesus but they know in their hearts that they need something they do not have, and they turn to the only light they have, and I think that they are saved and they are going to be with us in heaven.
Iain Murray , writing from a conservative Protestant standpoint, argues that "Graham's concessions are sad words from one who once spoke on the basis of biblical certainties. In , Graham stated that feminism was "an echo of our overall philosophy of permissiveness" and that women did not want to be "competitive juggernauts pitted against male chauvinists". Graham's assertions, published in the Ladies' Home Journal , elicited letters of protest, and were offered as rebuttal to the establishment of "The New Feminism" section of the publication added following a sit-in protest at the Journal offices demanding female representation on the staff of the publication.
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Graham was well known for his practice of not spending time alone with any woman other than his wife. This has become known as the Billy Graham rule. Graham's daughter Bunny recounted her father denying her and her sisters higher education. As reported in The Washington Post : . Bunny remembers being groomed for the life of wife, homemaker, and mother. No reason, no explanation, just 'No. Mother has not. Graham talked his future wife, Ruth, into abandoning her ambition to evangelize in Tibet in favor of staying in the United States to marry him — and that to do otherwise would be "to thwart God's obvious will".
Graham regarded homosexuality as a sin, and in described it as "a sinister form of perversion". Graham opposed same-sex marriage ,  and in he took out full-page ads in favor of North Carolina Amendment 1 which banned it in North Carolina. Graham's stated position was that he did not want to talk about homosexuality as a political issue.
Graham was frequently honored by surveys, including "Greatest Living American" and consistently ranked among the most admired persons in the United States and the world. In , he was the first Protestant to receive an honorary degree from Belmont Abbey College , a Roman Catholic school. Graham received the Big Brother of the Year Award for his work on behalf of children. He was cited by the George Washington Carver Memorial Institute for his contributions to race relations.
Graham was a friend of the Reagans for years. In , Queen Elizabeth II awarded him an honorary knighthood. Graham received 20 honorary degrees and refused at least that many more. Former presidents Jimmy Carter , George H. Bush , and Bill Clinton appeared to celebrate with Graham.
As Graham's final crusade approached in , his friend Pat Boone chose to create a song in honor of Graham,  which he co-wrote and produced with David Pack and Billy Dean ,  who digitally combined studio recordings of various artists into what has been called a "' We Are the World '-type" production. The movie Billy: The Early Years officially premiered in theaters on October 10, , less than one month before Graham's 90th birthday.
Graham's My Answer advice column appeared in newspapers for more than 60 years as of Graham authored the following books;  many of which have become bestsellers. In the s, for instance, The Jesus Generation sold , copies in the first two weeks after its publication; Angels: God's Secret Agents had sales of a million copies within 90 days after release; How to Be Born Again was said to have made publishing history with its first printing of , copies.
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Welch Jr. Think tanks. Other organizations. Variants and movements. See also. American nationalism Bibliography Libertarianism List. Main article: List of Billy Graham's crusades. Play media. Further information: Anonymous Christian. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
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