Yesterday, Taxi Driver star Robert De Niro said that Trump was “stupid, a punk, a dog, a pig” and that he’d like to “punch Trump in the face” for the remarks Trump made on the Access Hollywood tour bus.

Today, Midnight Cowboy star Jon Voight is punching back, figuratively speaking.

Fox News reports:

Academy Award-winning actor Jon Voight took to social media Saturday to defend Republican candidate Donald Trump’s controversial remarks about women and criticize fellow movie star Robert De Niro for making disparaging remarks about the real estate mogul.

“Midnight Cowboy” star Voight, who has supported several Republican politicians over the years, said on Twitter that Trump’s remarks to “Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush in 2005 “were not as damaging as Robert DeNiro’s [sic] ugly rant. Trump’s words did not hurt anyone.”

Voight also said of the recorded comments, which were first disclosed by The Washington Post Friday, “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.”

. . . . Voight concluded his Twitter spurt by “calling for all Trump supporters to express their outrage and anger against DeNiro [sic] and all of the Republican turncoats against Trump. Let Donald Trump know we are completely behind him, and may God give him the strength to continue his calling.”