In a series of videos on Twitter, the Oscar-winner Jon Voight once again confirmed his support for President Trump, calling him "the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln."
Angelina Jolie's father went approached the Republican Party to say out loud that Donald Trump all the steps the President made were in the right direction. Voight also emphasized that he made the country stronger and safer.
Furthermore, the "Deliverance" and "Transformers" star praised how well the President is dealing with the left opposition and its "absurd words of destruction." According to Voight, Trump has followed the moral code of duty he inherited from President Lincoln.
The "Midnight Cowboy" actor was among the few Hollywood stars to openly express their support for Trump throughout the 2016 White House race.
In a "Fox & Friends" appearance three years ago, Voight said he firmly believed in Trump's ability to take impossible risks and to make the impossible happen, referring to his business empire.
Voight also added that Trump was not afraid of hard work, and he knew how to motivate people to do their best too. Voight also praised Trump's ability to always choosing the right advisors.
Comparing Trump to the other candidates, Voight asserted that no one of Trump's political rivals was so straightforward in pointing out the important issues America faces. Trump not only name the problems, but he also suggested solutions, Voight commented.
Many fellow Hollywood actors silently supported Trump, Voight noted, highlighting that they preferred to claim that publicly for one or another reason.
When Trump was elected, the Academy Award winner said that God heard all the players of the American people with his victory. In return to his ongoing support, President Trump invited Jon Voight to speak at the Make America Great Again Welcome Celebration on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in 2016.
Voight told the crowd that President Lincoln would be proud and smiling, knowing that America will be saved by an honest man who will work for everyone regardless of their color or background.
In March this year, Donald Trump appointed one of his earliest Hollywood defendants, Voight, a trustee of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts through 2024. Such appointments are often reserved for fund-raisers, donors, or high profile public figures who have shown their loyalty to presidents.
What do you think? Do you agree or disagree with Voight's statement that Trump is the greatest President after Lincoln?