Conservative actor Jon Voight, previewing an upcoming documentary and exclusive interview with Donald Trump, promises to reveal the former President’s “grace,” “humility,” and his “beautiful side.”
Voight, an Academy Award-winning actor, perennial favorite at The Political Insider, and staunch supporter of Trump, has produced an exclusive documentary highlighting the historic Abraham Accords achievement of the former President.
Viewers, according to the actor, will be surprised by how Trump comes across in some portions of the interview.
“You’ll see a side to him that you’ve never seen before — or most people haven’t seen before,” Voight said. “A side of patience, of grace, even humility, I must say. It was it’s a very beautiful side to him that is exposed here.”
“The Abraham Accords” is set to air on Newsmax this Sunday at 8 p.m.
The Abraham Accords, which then-President Donald Trump aptly described as “the dawn of a new Middle East,” were signed by former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the leaders of several Arab and Muslim-majority nations.
UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahyan and Bahrain Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalif initially signed the agreement, which involved establishing embassies, exchanging ambassadors, and instituting a process to work together as partners.
Morocco and Sudan soon followed.
Democrat Rep. Ted Deutch (FL) praised the Accords, noting bipartisan support.
“It provided a transformative, positive lens through which we can all now look at what is sometimes a challenging region,” Deutch said.
Trump’s efforts with the Abraham Accords earned him two Nobel Peace Prize nominations, something the media failed to promote even though peace in the Middle East had once been thought unheard of.
“It’s an unbelievable thing, a movement towards peace of this kind; it was unprecedented,” Voight told Newsmax host Eric Bolling.
“It’s really been quite a remarkable thing what happened — peace for the first time in that area was brought forth.”
And he accomplished something that former Democrat presidential candidate John Kerry completely dismissed as a possibility.
“There will be no separate peace between Israel and the Arab world,” Kerry said, indicating it couldn’t be done without including Palestinians in the negotiations. “I want to make that very clear with all of you.”
Then-White House senior adviser Jared Kushner explained the exact opposite approach is what led to The Abraham Accords.
“Faced with the same Palestinian rejectionism that had stymied previous negotiators, Kushner focused on accomplishing the possible rather than the impossible,” Newsweek wrote.
“When they signed the Accords, the mainstream media, of course, didn’t want to do anything to encourage any praise for Trump, so they kept it quiet,” Voight told Newsmax.
He posted a video this past summer calling for the impeachment of President Joe Biden.
“He must be impeached,” Voight said. “Don’t let this President Biden tear down every inch that was sacrificed with blood, sweat, and tears for his dictation of lies.”
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