Voight said he is constantly asked if Trump is going to pursue the presidency again, to which he replies, “He will definitely run, but we can’t wait too long.”
The interview, which aired on Newsmax Sunday night, was intercut with a special hosted by Voight telling the story of Israel. Under President Trump, the Abraham Accords, in which Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates attempted to normalize diplomatic relations with Israel with the facilitation of the United States, were established. Trump was also responsible for establishing the US Embassy in Jerusalem.
Trump told Voight he had “always had good relations with people of the Jewish faith” and showed them “great respect.”
“We love Israel and hope for the best,” he continued, acknowledging some of the country’s current challenges.
Speaking from the United States, the actor told Trump, “I think there’s going to be a turnaround.” Trump questioned him, asking, “Is it hope? Or is it your instinct?”
“If some very important things don’t happen very quickly, there can’t be a turnaround,” the former president said.
Trump has remained active in the political arena after leaving office, continuing to issue statements and endorse candidates across the country. He has held several rallies in various states to support candidates ahead of primary battles and is expected to hold more ahead of November’s midterm elections.
Trump will address a crowd in North Carolina on Friday, followed by another in Michigan on Oct. 1. The former president has yet to make any announcement regarding his candidacy in 2024.
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