Robert De Niro Drops F-Bomb In Trump Rant On Live TV

Lawrence Kim
June 13, 2018

After swearing at the United States president during the Tony Awards on Sunday, De Niro chose to apologize to Canadian Prime minister Justin Trudeau for Trump's "behavior".

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

- Ferrari Sheppard (@stopbeingfamous) June 11, 2018Hey America, Want to know why Robert De Niro said "f-k Trump" last night at the Tonys?

His comments came the day after he used an expletive to refer to Trump in a televised Tony Awards show in NY.

Many in the audience stood and cheered, while TV censors quickly bleeped out the offending words. What viewers at home didn't hear, was that De Niro dropped two F-bombs while hurling insults at President Trump.

"I'm going to say one thing - f**k Trump!" he said, pumping his fists in the air.

But Fox News host Brian Kilmeade had a different take, saying that De Niro's comments were yet another reason not to watch "Meet the Parents", a 2000 film in which De Niro co-starred.

De Niro's Tony Awards remarks sparked a slew of social media reactions.

On the other hand, Mark Hamill made it very clear that he loved the speech.

But unlike the expletive-filled rant that earned him a standing ovation at the Tony Awards less than 24 hours earlier, the Oscar-winning actor instead took a PG approach, apologizing to Canadians for Trump's "idiotic behavior". #SpeakingTruthToPower #TuckFrump, ' he tweeted. "I'd like to punch him in the face!"

But De Niro stepped up to the mic and chose to get one thing out of the way first. So all the Socialist, Communist, Leftie supporters...,' Kevin Sorbo also slammed the actor.

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