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Jon Voight: American actor
Jon Voight is an American actor. He is the winner of one Academy Award, having been nominated for four. He has also won four Golden Globe Awards and has so far been nominated for eleven. He is the father of actress Angelina Jolie and actor James Haven.

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Jon Voight calls for 'highest prayers' for President Donald Trump amid impeachment trial

Jon Voight called on "Jesus, Moses, and all saints" to pray for President Donald Trump in a new Twitter video.
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Jon Voight says Trump's impeachment inquiry is 'a lie,' calls Robert De Niro's backlash 'wrong'

Actor Jon Voight told Fox News that Donald Trump's impeachment inquiry is "the culmination of the commitment to take down this president."
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Trump Awards the First Arts and Humanities Medals of His Presidency

Jon Voight, James Patterson and Alison Krauss were among the honorees.
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Jon Voight dances for Trump at the White House, receives his National Medal of Arts honor

Thurday's ceremony marked the first time during Trump's presidency that he has awarded the National Medal of Arts and the National Humanities Medal.
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Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss

President Donald Trump awarded the National Medal of Arts and National Humanities Medal to eight recipients, including actor Jon Voight and singer and musician Alison Krauss. (Nov. 21)  
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ShowBiz Minute: West, Trump, US Box Office

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Jon Voight attacks 'radical left,' hails Trump as 'the greatest president of this century'

The actor described President Trump as 'a man of truths, love and justice for the American people.'
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Jon Voight says racism was 'solved long ago,' defends President Trump: 'He is not a racist'

Jon Voight argued that President Trump 'is not racist' during a Twitter video Sunday following two mass shootings.
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