Twitter Claps Back at Robert De Niro for Comments About President Trump


De Niro is no stranger to going after the President, as he's done so multiple times in the past.

HollywoodLifers, are you shocked by Robert De Niro's speech? This f*cking idiot is the president.

However, Meryl who plays Katharine Graham in Steven Spielberg's newspaper drama "The Post" did not seem to mind as she greeted him with a kiss as she received her award. "So let me just lay it out right here - we have the opportunity to prevent a comedy from turning into a tragedy".

"Not even if the volleyball was a stable genius", De Niro quipped, referencing Trump's tweet last weekend declaring himself "like, really smart".

De Niro was introducing actress Meryl Streep at the National Board of Review awards gala when he went off on a tangent taking shots at President Trump, according to Newsweek. "He's a baby-in-chief and the jerkoff-in-chief".

Steven Spielberg, while making a speech after accepting the best film awarad for The Post, referred to the current "oppression" of the media and the instability of the U.S. and quoted former president Barack Obama's remarks that democracy can be dangerously "reversible".

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He continued, adding more names to his Trump arsenal, calling the president "our baby-in-chief" and "the jerk-off-in-chief" who "has put the press under siege". "It's 'The Emperor's New Clothes" - the guy is a f**king fool.

Later, he added, "The movie gave us glimpses of President Nixon as delusional, narcissistic, petty, vindictive, nasty, and batshit f-king insane".

Donald Trump has his celebrity supporters - Kid Rock, Roseanne, um, Ted Nugent - but they're far outnumbered by famous detractors.

Can we call "cut" on Robert De Niro?

It wasn't the first time that De Niro has gone off script and launched into a profane tirade against Trump. The actor also did it in a video released during the 2016 presidential campaign.