Sadie Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" fame has urged her fellow millennials to unite and pray for President Donald Trump - even if they disagree with his policies.
In a YouTube video posted last week titled "PRAYER FOR OUR COUNTRY," Willie and Korie's 20-year-old daughter said: "I'm going to pray over our nation. I'm going to pray over our president. Let's send Trump some love."
Sadie encouraged viewers to remember it's not "about" them or what they think President Trump deserves.
"It's not about that. It's about what we believe and Mr. Trump, if you're watching this, I am rooting you on," she said. "... I wanted to let you know I believe the best in you."
The "Live Original" author explained she wanted to make a difference and "help shape the passion and the love of our generation."
"I don't want to spend my time on things that aren't making a difference," Sadie said. "And I hope that this makes a difference in your heart and encourages you and all of the people in our country."
She then began to pray for the United States to come together as one.
"I so desperately want for this country to come together. I pray for the heart's tonight in America, that they would become convicted to not live a comfortable lifestyle of hiding from what they know to be right because they are scared to speak it out," she said. "I pray for a repentant country tonight, that we will ask for your forgiveness for the things we have done. I am so sorry God for the way that we have turned."
Sadie is not the only member of the large Robertson clan to voice their support for President Trump. Willie Robertson spoke at the Republican National Convention in July 2016 and openly endorsed the billionaire businessman.
"Mr. Trump is a real leader," the reality star said. "He represents success and strength, two attributes our country needs. Like me, he is a successful businessman and family man and I endorse his candidacy for President of the United States."
Willie's father, Phil Robertson, also put his support behind Trump, telling Breitbart News that Hillary Clinton was "living proof" that the devil is the "Father of Lies" and criticized her views on abortion
"Murder is mainstream, we slaughter our own children," he said. "Remember, everything I do is vetted through the Bible. When God says 'don't murder,' I'm taking it for what He said. Therefore, don't kill your children in their womb. It's murder. So, don't murder," Robertson said.
Korie Robertson, however, said that even though her husband was an early supporter of Trump, the family was divided over the election.
"Willie was outspoken and supported Trump from the beginning; and I was not. So we had a lot of discussions about it. And we could agree to disagree, as well," she said, explaining she ended up voting for Trump because of pro-life views.