During an interview on Fox News, actor Jon Voight tears up over his love for President Donald Trump. (Image source: YouTube screenshot)
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Jon Voight, Academy Award-winning actor and outspoken Trump supporter, cried during an interview with Fox News' Mark Levin on Sunday night when discussing an encounter he had with a conservative woman on a plane.
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While speaking with Levin on "Life, Liberty & Levin," the 79-year-old Voight choked up and cried while discussing his support for President Donald Trump's America.
Detailing an encounter the actor recently had with an unnamed conservative woman while traveling, Voight said that he asked the woman her thoughts on "our man," meaning the president, and instead of responding vocally, she reportedly placed her hand across her heart.
As Voight detailed the encounter to Levin, he became visibly emotional as he emulated the woman's motion of placing her hand on her chest.
"That's me crying," Voight explained. "The gesture was so beautiful, she couldn't even speak. She was just saying 'Thank God.' And I say 'Thank God.'"
"And one of the reasons I can say 'thank God' is because I know [God] is there for us all," he added.
Voight went on to detail society's problem: The absence of God in the everyday lives of many people.
"That's one of the things that we've lost is this compass of God," Voight explained. "What did Karl Marx come up with? He eliminated God from the picture."
In 2016, Voight released a video publicizing his support for then-candidate Trump, in which he said that Trump would "save our America."
In the viral video, which urged Americans to vote for Trump, Voight lambasted former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, as well as former President Barack Obama.
For Trump, however, he had nothing but praise.
“May God protect the real truth, and may Donald Trump win this presidency,” Voight's video concluded. “He will save our America, and he will certainly make it great again.”
You can watch Voight's 2016 video below.
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