Robert De Niro: ‘F*** Trump’ – Gets Standing Ovation

At the Tony Awards on Sunday, Robert De Niro was back to his favorite thing: putting his full Trump Derangement Syndrome on display.

Instead of acting like an adult, De Niro decided to act like a child. He threw a tantrum that was sure to get praise from far left Hollywood.

The famous high school dropout had his lack of political knowledge on display. He drew a large applause when walking to the stage. When he got up there, he leaned in and said, “I’m gonna say one thing: F*** Trump.”

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He raised his fist up in the air, perhaps channeling his days of playing in “Raging Bull” and winning an Oscar.

Robert De Niro at the Tony Awards

Here are many other ways De Niro has ripped Trump, per Daily Wire:

Telling The Hollywood Reporter, “I feel like I did after 9/11,” after Trump was elected.

Calling Trump an “idiot.”

Blustering at the Annual Hudson River Park Gala “”F*** you, Donald Trump. It’s a horror with this mother***er.”

Pontificating at The National Board of Review Annual awards, “It’s The Emperor’s New Clothes — the guy is a f***ing fool.”

Opining that Trump “lacks any sense of humanity or compassion.”

Sunday at the Tony Awards, De Niro took things a step further. The audience at the Tony Awards has pushed further and further left over the years. They absolutely loved it.

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