Watch Full Interview Between Jon Voight And Trump: 'He Certainly Will Run Again'
Newsmax recently aired the interview between Actor Jon Voight and Donald Trump and it was the pleasant change we all needed to see. Everything in the media lately just seems so negative but Voight is known for his heart of gold and it really shown through during his interview with Trump.
Vought also made a prediction for the future that Trump did not deny. The actor said that people always ask him 'if' Trump is going to run again. He told Trump that he always replied by saying, “He certainly will run, but we can’t wait too long."
The interview, which aired on Newsmax on Sunday evening, was interspersed throughout a special hosted by Voight telling the story of Israel. Under Trump's presidency, the Abraham Accords, in which Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates moved to normalize diplomatic relations with Israel with the facilitation of the United States, were established. Trump was also responsible for the establishment of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.
Trump told Voight he's “always had a good relationship with people of the Jewish faith” and maintains a “great respect” for them.
“We love Israel, and we hope everything is going to be OK," he continued, acknowledging some of the country's current challenges.
Discussing the United States, the actor said to Trump, “I believe that there’s going to be a turnaround.” Trump questioned him, asking, "Is that hope? Or is that from your instinct?”
“If some very big things don’t happen very quickly, there can’t be a turnaround," the former president claimed.
Trump has remained active on the political scene after leaving office, continuing to issue statements and endorse candidates across the country. He has held several rallies in various states supporting candidates ahead of primary battles and is set to hold more ahead of the November midterm elections.
Watch The Full Interview Below:
Trump also shred the interview on his account at TruthSocial. From the looks of things, Trump is still all booked up for rallies through October in spite of the DOJ's efforts to tangle him up in a costly investigation.