Billy Graham's meeting last week with Mitt Romney accomplished two things: Graham offered his support of Romney's candidacy and it was apparently decided that Mormonism is not a cult.
Graham and Romney met at the evangelists North Carolina cabin, where Graham pledged "all he could do" to help Romney's cause. That apparently included scrubbing the following definition of cults from a section on the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association's website, according to a report in the Asheville Citizen-Times:
That website article listed as cults "Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, the Unification Church, Unitarians, Spiritists, Scientologists, and others."
According to the report, the Romney campaign didn't comment on the action. A Graham referred questions to the association, which did not return messages asking for comment.
The Citizen-Times posted a screengrab of the page in question, listing the examples of cults:
Graham graduated from Wheaton College and pastored in Western Springs in the 1940s.