Robert De Niro Goes Off on Trump on “The View”
We all know that actor Robert De Niro is no fan of President Trump.
As he walked on stage at the 2018 Tony Awards, one fist raised in the air, the foul-mouthed actor said "I'm gonna say one thing: F*** Trump. It's no longer 'Down with Trump,' it's F*** Trump."
Earlier in 2018, De Niro said he'd ban Trump from his sushi restaurants around the globe.
Backstage of the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2018, the actor issued an expletive-laced rant bashing the president. He also went off against Republicans saying "They're not that stupid, most of them, but they're pretty f***ing stupid."
Just prior to the presidential elections in 2016, the actor called Trump "a punk, he's a dog, he's a pig, he's a con, a bulls**t artist, a mutt who doesn't know what he's talking about."
You get the point. The actor still thinks he's filming "Goodfellas."
He let his hatred for the president be known, once again, on a recent airing of left-leaning show "The View."
During his appearance on the show, he said "They [Republicans] should be afraid of what's gonna happen later when he's not around, and they're gonna try and crawl back, the ones that would have the gall to try and crawl back. It's gonna be - it's going to be interesting to see."
In addition to calling the president a "sham" and a "bully," he claimed Trump will "go anywhere" to create advantages for himself. "He'll pardon himself, he'll pardon everyone around him, who he can, who's gonna be possibly prosecuted and/or convicted, and then some."
He also said that if Trump were reelected to the presidency, it would be "the end of this country, period. I'm not being overdramatic."