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Jon Voight: ‘I Don’t Think There’s Any Place Donald Trump Can’t Win’

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Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent

Jon Voight said there’s no state Donald Trump can’t win as long as he stays focused.

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The 77-year-old actor — who endorsed the Republican nominee in March — was asked what Trump is really like during an interview this week.

“I’ve been a Trump supporter for quite a long time,” Voight said during an interview on Fox Business. “He’s a problem solver and he’s used to taking on impossible jobs. I’ve seen him a couple of times on the road, and he’s got a tremendous amount of energy. I see him at the end of a day when he jumps through three states, and at 11 o’clock at night he looks exactly the same he started at 7 o’clock in the morning.”

“I don’t think there’s any place Donald Trump can’t win if he gets the team focused.” (RELATED: Jon Voight Endorses Trump: ‘He Will Not Let Us Down’)

“He loves people and he’s very, very considerate and his heart goes out to people,” Voight said. “He’s not making it up when he sits with somebody who’s suffering something and you can see him feeling for them. This is not an act.”

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Voight also added that there are “a whole lot” of conservatives in Hollywood — they just keep their party affiliation quiet.

“I have many friends in Hollywood, people know I come to work, I don’t proselytize,” he said. “There are, by the way, many, many conservatives in Hollywood, they just aren’t very vocal.”

“They kind of keep their heads down a little bit, but there are a whole lot of them.” (RELATED: Dolly Parton: ‘I Am Not Endorsing Hillary Clinton’)