Hollywood star Jon Voight criticizes "propaganda" against Donald Trump at Trump's opening concert in Washington, DC (January 20)

On Friday night, actor Jon Voight posted a two-part video on Twitter in which he described President Donald Trump as "the biggest president since Abraham Lincoln."

Voight began In his video, he said, "Our President has our utmost respect and love, and this job is not easy because it fights against the Left and its absurd words of destruction."

The 80-year-old Oscar winner who starred in films like "Anaconda", "Deliverance" and "Midnight Cowboy" praised the president further.

"I am here today to acknowledge the truth, I am here today to tell you that our country is stronger, safer and with more jobs because our President has taken all his steps right," Voight continued ,

Then he denounced the "political left" and said that "we are the people of "are this nation that is experiencing a triumph.

Voight concluded, "Well Let's stand with our president, let us stand for this truth that President Trump is the biggest president since Abraham Lincoln. God bless America.

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Voight was a decidedly conservative voice, supporting John McCain in 2008 and Mitt Romney in 2012. In a post by Washington In the 2008 Times, Voight argued that "Democrats targeted young people."

"The Democrats targeted young people because they knew how easy it was to bring out everything that was necessary to them Programming Thoughts, "Voight wrote at the time." In the Vietnam era, I was involved in the hysteria caused by Marxist propaganda underlying the so-called peace movement. "

Voight was also a staunch supporter of Trump He returns to at least 2016 when he said "Trump would be a great president." He has since published several videos on Twitter, applauding the president ght is now sitting in the John F. Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts Council, after being appointed by Trump in March 2019. politics / onpolitik / 2019/05/25 / jon-voight-says-trump-best-president-since-abraham-lincoln / 1234123001 /