"I'm going to say one thing: F-- Trump", De Niro said, receiving a standing ovation.
He then added, as the crowd rose in a standing ovation: "It's no longer down with Trump".
MSNBC host and fellow Trump critic Stephanie Ruhle also criticized Mr. De Niro's approach, though she admitted she understands his frustration. The article has a quote from some Broadway guy saying 'Who's gonna argue with De Niro?' Ah, tens of millions, maybe.More news: Astronomers spot a trio of Earth-sized planets orbiting a distant star
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While CBS was quick to catch the swear for US audiences, the word wasn't censored during the Australian broadcast.
The 68-year-old star received a Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre in honour of his critically acclaimed show.
And the more level-headed commenters pointed out the ultimate hollowness of De Niro's habitual statement. "The offensive language was deleted from the broadcast". After leaving the summit, Trump quickly reneged on a joint communique after Trudeau reiterated to reporters that US tariffs on Canada that site national security as a rationale are "insulting" to Canadians. "I know what you're all thinking, sure", Groban said.