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Jon Voight Plays Down Donald Trump's Offensive Comments About Women

Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight has tried to defend Donald Trump’s despicable comments about women. While Republican leaders and a host of celebrities have all rushed to denounce the GOP nominee over leaked audio from 2005 in which he said his fame allowed him to grab women “by the pussy,” t he “Midnight Cowboy” star has actually given the brash businessman his unequivocal support.
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