Robert DeNiro got right to the point when he took the stage in NY to present a Tony Award on Sunday night, but the television audience didn't get to hear it.
"It's F*** Trump", he said, with the audience of actors, directors and producers shrieking and then offering De Niro a standing ovation. "It's no longer 'Down with Trump, ' it's 'F*ck Trump.' Now I'll get to this introduction".
"Boy, do we need that now".
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". Two expletives earned him a standing ovation and a shower of admiration from the liberal crowd.
Once they found out, many applauded De Niro for his comments. "The offensive language was deleted from the broadcast".
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The critically acclaimed actor was in Toronto Monday afternoon to break ground at his new Nobu Toronto development alongside celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa, which is the world's first integrated Nobu Residences, Nobu Hotel, and Nobu Restaurant. He also extended condolences to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, after Trump criticized the Canadian leader on Twitter.
Kathy Griffin shared a pic of her and one of De Niro, writing: 'The F**k Trump Club'. "Let's just bake a cake for everyone who wants a cake to be baked!" "I mean, if you're Donald Trump, it doesn't mean anything".
"We are all sacred and we all belong", said Garfield, who won for his performance as AIDS patient Prior Walter in a hit revival of Tony Kushner's epic play.
Kushner went even further than De Niro, calling Trump's presidency "the Hitler mistake" that put a "borderline psychotic narcissist in the White House".