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Jon Voight defends Donald Trump, slams Robert De Niro's 'ugly rant'

Jon Voight, who endorsed Donald Trump last spring, is defending the GOP nominee and lashing out at actor Robert De Niro for saying he'd like to punch Trump "in the face." Voight wrote on Twitter that Trump's lewd remarks in a 2005 audio conversation with "Access Hollywood" host Billy Bush were common among young males. "I don't know of too many men who haven't expressed some sort of similar sexual terms toward women, especially in their younger years," he wrote.
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