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Robert De Niro's censored Trump comments at Tony Awards get standing ovation

14 June 2018

De Niro, a staunch opponent of Donald Trump, dropped a couple of F-bombs on Monday night in New York City before raising his arms and encouraging the crowd to vote in the upcoming midterm elections.

Trump's spate of Twitter tirades has seen a number of political leaders rally around Trudeau, including Conservative leader Andrew Scheer and incoming Ontario premier Doug Ford.

Echoing Trump's sentiments, White House trade adviser Peter Navarro also spoke harshly about Trudeau on Fox News over the weekend.

"With regards to the news today, sir, I have only two words for you: Thank you", said Toronto Mayor John Tory to De Niro.

De Niro went off script in the Tony Awards telecast, and the offensive language was deleted from the broadcast, the CBS reported.

Social media quickly spread the word of what DeNiro had to say, which in some ways put the attention more on his comments than Springsteen's performance.

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My life is completely intertwined forever with those who were left behind. "I think this is just opening the door". Are you ready to go home?' When she said that, I went into full fledge Pentecostal holy dance! "It was wonderful.

The 74-year-old actor - a longtime critic of the United States president - attended the ceremony on Sunday night at New York's Radio City Music Hall to introduce a performance by legendary rocker Bruce Springsteen.

'I have one thing to say and that's F*** Trump, ' DeNiro boomed into the microphone.

De Niro was on stage to introduce Bruce Springsteen. "Boy, do we need that now". But, not surprisingly, the Twitterverse blew up with people curious about what De Niro had uttered.

His comments were bleeped from the broadcast by CBS, which issued a statement saying: 'Mr. At April's Untold Stories Program, which coincides with the TriBeCa Film Festival, De Niro made another run at Trump.

"You wonder why all these shows continue to get lower and lower ratings", Spicer said to Charles Payne on "Varney & Co".

Robert De Niro's censored Trump comments at Tony Awards get standing ovation