De Niro drops Trump F-bomb onstage at Tony Awards

ImageRobert De Niro at the 72nd annual Tony

"Its disgusting. It's great to be here in Toronto", De Niro said to applause at the groundbreaking of Nobu Restaurant, Hotel and Residences on Mercer St. After leaving the summit, Trump quickly reneged on a joint communique after Trudeau reiterated to reporters that US tariffs on Canada that site national security as a rationale are "insulting" to Canadians.

Echoing Trump's sentiments, White House trade adviser Peter Navarro also spoke harshly about Trudeau on Fox News over the weekend.

"And I just want to make a note of apology for the idiotic behavior of my president", De Niro said at the event to launch a new business development, CBC reported.

At the 72nd annual Tony Awards, Robert De Niro reached the stage when he was invited to introduce Bruce Springsteen for his performance in "My Hometown".

"I'm gonna say one thing", he said. "It's no longer 'Down with Trump, ' it's 'f-k Trump'". Although De Niro was heavily censored during the US telecast, his comments weren't bleeped during the Australian telecast.

MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle says liberal celebrities like Bill Maher and Robert De Niro might be helping President Trump, even if there are a lot of people who agree with their latest condemnations of the president.

The political sentiment earned De Niro a standing ovation from the crowd at Radio City Music Hall, while CBS scrambled to bleep the audio on the live telecast.

"Boy, do we need that now", is what Robert De Niro said about Bruce Springsteen.

Expressing his upset after Trump won the election, he told the Hollywood Reporter: "I feel like I did after 9/11".

But Kevin Sorbo, star of the hit faith-based movie "God's Not Dead", took exception to De Niro's speech.



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