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Robert De Niro's anti-Trump tirade at the Tony Awards was hardly his first — here are some of Bobby D's greatest hits
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: June 11, 2018 05:30PM

“Better to be king for a night than schmuck for a lifetime!” Robert De Niro’s Rupert Pupkin’ character in 1982’s “The King of Comedy.” (or in Trump's case...both)

Robert De Niro's anti-Trump tirade at the Tony Awards was hardly his first — here are some of Bobby D's greatest hits
[www.nydailynews.com]
Robert De Niro rallied the Tony Awards crowd by chanting “F--k Trump,” on Sunday, but that was hardly new material for Bobby D.

Since the 2016 election, the Oscar winning “Raging Bull” star has put together a bit of a greatest hits collection at Trump’s expense.

In October, De Niro was the guest of honor at Hudson River Park Gala where a park bench was dedicated in his honor.

“One of my pleasures will be keeping people off my bench who don't deserve a view of the park like Donald Trump,” he said in his acceptance speech.”F--k you, Donald Trump. It's a horror with this motherf---er.”

In attendance that night was comedian Seth Meyers, singer Gloria Gaynor and former mayor Michael Bloomberg.



A month later at the Plaza Hotel in Midtown, the 74-year-old actor called out The Donald again at the Crain’s N.Y. Business Hall of Fame where he was honored along with former top cop Bill Bratton and entrepreneur Larry Silverstein.

De Niro referred to Trump and his associates as a “gang of business-friendly thugs” and said that “business without humanity is not business, it’s greed.” That statement was met with a roaring ovation.

In January, De Niro spoke at the National Board of Review’s Awards Gala, where he reportedly called Trump a “f---ing idiot” and referred to him as the “baby in chief.” At April’s Untold Stories Program, which coincides with the TriBeCa Film Festival, De Niro made another run at Trump.

“It ain’t over till it’s over,” he told us at that event, when asked about news including Robert Mueller’s onoing investigation of the President. “I can't wait for him to get impeached!”

In Oct. 2016, De Niro made headlines by declaring that he wanted to punch Trump in the face. Shortly, after the election, still not a Trump fan, De Niro conceded to the Daily News that he wouldn’t say that about a sitting president.
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Re: Robert De Niro's anti-Trump tirade at the Tony Awards was hardly his first — here are some of Bobby D's greatest hits
Posted by: Steve G.
Date: June 11, 2018 06:56PM
Here's a link to a better resolution uncensored version of DeNiro's F--K Trump video==> [youtu.be]
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