WATCH: Mike Evans Shares Views on Abraham Accord, Evangelical Support

Dr. Mike Evans, founder and CEO of the Friends of Zion Museum and founder of the Jerusalem prayer team, attended the signing of the Abraham Accord in Washington, D.C.

Evans was also on a call with President Trump and Jared Kushner after the event. i24news.tv interviewed Evans about the groundbreaking agreement between the U.S., the UAE and Bahrain as well as his views on evangelical support for the peace deal.

Watch here for Evans' hints about how the deal may extend to even more Muslim countries and why he says "quiet diplomacy" is the strength of the Trump administration.

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