Rev. Graham to Hillary: 'The Election is OVER,' You Lost, 'Let's Move On'

By Michael W. Chapman | September 15, 2017 | 2:43pm EDT

Rev. Franklin Graham. (BGEA) 

Commenting on Hillary Clinton's new book, What Happened, which presents her views on the 2016 election and her presidential loss to Donald Trump, Rev. Franklin Graham said it's time to stop complaining about the election -- it's "OVER" and Clinton lost -- and time to "move on and work together to rebuild."

In a Sept. 14 post on Facebook, Rev. Graham said, "Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has written a new book about what went wrong with the election and her campaign, and she was on the NBC Today Show yesterday talking with Matt Lauer about it."

"I found it a little disheartening that after all this time she would still be complaining about the election," he said.  "Do people really care?"

"With all the suffering we have seen in south Texas and Florida, there’s so much that needs to be done," said Rev. Graham.  

"The election is OVER," he added.  "She lost and President Donald J. Trump won. Let’s move on and work together to rebuild." 

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