Published On: Sun, Sep 29th, 2019

Donald Trump news: President savaged in live interview by Robert De Niro | World | News

The actor’s live interview started to trend after he swore multiple times while criticising the US President. While appearing on CNN with Brian Stelter, De Niro also took aim at his critics for speaking out against Trump. De Niro told Mr Stelter: “This guy should not be President, period.”

The actor was then asked by Mr Stelter about the criticism he faced from Fox for his public attacks on Trump.

The host brought up his ‘F**K Trump’ speech at the 2018 Tony awards.

De Niro replied: “F**K em, F**K em.”

Mr Stelter said: “This is cable, so it’s not an FCC violation, but it is still a Sunday morning.”

He then proceeded to ask the actor what made him feel that way about the President and De Niro’s critics.

The actor replied: “We are at a moment in our lives in this county where this guy is like a gangster.

“He’s come along and he’s said things, done things, we say over and over again this is terrible. We’re in a terrible situation.

“We’re in a terrible situation and this guy keeps going on and on and on without being stopped.”

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Another Twitter user commented on the video saying: “I didn’t know Robert De Niro was a nerd.”

The actors interview started to trend on Twitter where it was also met with waves of support.

Another said, commented on the video saying: “No one has ever been greater than Robert De Niro. And no one ever will be.”

Miguel Rodriguez wrote on Twitter he felt De Niro was his “spirit animal”.

Another person praised the actor, they said: “You invite Robert De Niro you get Robert De Niro!”

Many aired their feelings on social media with focus on Mr Stelter’s Sunday morning comments.

Sue M wrote on Twitter: “Sunday morning is the perfect time for the truth!”

One Twitter user said: “I think we are well past the time to worry about the language police. Trump is a f***ing animal and he’s got to go!”

Another wrote on Twitter: “It says a lot about this country that we get more upset over one word than we do about high crimes and misdemeanours”


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