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Franklin Graham, Rick Santorum Bring Up Obama's Faith

Graham: 'He has said he’s a Christian, so I just have to assume that he is.'
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Franklin Graham has again stirred some backlash over comments about President Obama's faith.

Asked about whether Obama had "accepted Jesus Christ," Graham said, "I don't know."

"You have to ask him. I cannot answer that question for anybody. All I know is I'm a sinner, and God has forgiven me of my sins," said Graham, who is the son of Billy Graham and the CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. "You have to ask every person. He has said he's a Christian, so I just have to assume that he is."

When asked if he believes former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum is a Christian, Graham said, "I think so" on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." "His values are so clear on moral issues. No question about it... I think he's a man of faith." On former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, "Most Christians would not recognize Mormons as part of the Christian faith," Graham said. Separate from questions about his faith, Graham said, "He would be a good president… He's a sharp guy." On former House Speaker ...

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