Robert De Niro Slams President at Tony Awards

Robert De Niro bleeped at Tony Awards for Trump F-bomb

Just one day after firing off an expletive at President Donald Trump at the 2018 Tony Awards, Robert De Niro got political again by apologizing to Canada for him.

Taking the stage to introduce Bruce Springsteen's performance at the awards, the 74-year-old wasted no time with such a public opportunity.

Robert De Niro kept the CBS censors busy Sunday night, dropping F-bombs in an anti-Trump outburst late during the 72nd Annual Tony Awards.

"First, I wanna say, 'f**k Trump, '" De Niro said, as many in the crowd cheered, with some eventually giving him a standing ovation at Radio City Music Hall. Viewers at home weren't able to hear what he said as he was bleeped!

De Niro is a well-known opponent of Trump and has launched verbal attacks against him on multiple occasions.

"I'm gonna say one thing".

"It's no longer down with Trump", he said.

Greg Gutfeld reacted to several recent profane criticisms of President Trump by actor Robert De Niro.

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Taking to the stage at the annual USA theatre awards, the Tonys, in his hometown of NY, he dropped the F-bomb during the live television broadcast.

"Boy, do we need that now".

De Niro made his comments at a groundbreaking for a Nobu hotel in Toronto. "The offensive language was deleted from the broadcast".

"After De Niro, CBS told us to do something drastic, so here we are", Groban joked. Trump disavowed a joint G7 statement and called Trudeau "dishonest" on Twitter shortly after leaving the meeting, adding that the US will look at automobile tariffs on Canada.



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