The Presidents Club was born at Eisenhower’s inauguration when Harry Truman and Herbert Hoover first conceived the idea. Over the years that followed - and to this day - the presidents relied on, misunderstood, sabotaged, and formed alliances with one another that changed history. The world’s most exclusive fraternity is a complicated place: its members are bound forever because they sat in the Oval Office and know its secrets, yet they are immortal rivals for history’s favor.
"Inflection of narrator really annoying"
No one has ever been in a position to see the presidents, and the presidency, so intimately, over so many years. They called him in for photo opportunities. They called for comfort. They asked about death and salvation; about sin and forgiveness. At a time when the nation is increasingly split over the place of religion in public life, The Preacher and the Presidents reveals how the world's most powerful men and world's most famous evangelist, Billy Graham, knit faith and politics together.
"Enjoyed the story. Didn't like the narration."
Tonight on the program, Senator John McCain discusses today's announcement that the Senate Arms Services Committee will focus heavily on cybersecurity.
Next, a conversation on election-related hacking from Russia with journalists David Sanger and Michael Isikoff.
We continue with Major Garrett of CBS News and Phillip Rucker of The Washington Post, reporting on the latest picks for President-elect Trump's cabinet.
As we face the third millennium, spirituality commands more and more attention - from individuals, families, communities, and even the media. From urban church congregations struggling to meet the challenges of changing neighborhoods and social issues to modern worshippers choosing ancient doctrines and rituals, Americans are searching for answers to their spiritual questions. Do we still believe in miracles? Does heaven exist?