Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Robert De Niro apologizes to Canadians for Trump

Robert De Niro apologizes to Canadians for Trump

The network was quick to bleep out two expletives the actor used after he took to the stage to introduce his friend, Bruce Springsteen.

MSNBC host Joy Reid posted her thoughts on Trump's relationship with his hometown, "Robert DeNiro's Trump F-bomb at the Tony Awards is Trump's relationship with New York City in a nutshell".

Fresh off of calling out the USA president at the Tony Awards and saying "F*** Trump", Robert De Niro has publically apologized for his president's behaviour at the G7 summit. It was censored for the TV audience, but De Niro's lips were easy to read.

Actor Robert De Niro used the opportunity of the Tony Award ceremony to fling insults at the U.S. president.

It's doubtful that the President will get an apology on this one.

De Niro threw his arms in the air defiantly as the crowd cheered and gave him a standing ovation.

De Niro also urged people to vote in the mid-term elections coming in November.

De Niro made his comments at a groundbreaking for a Nobu hotel in Toronto.

While CBS was quick to catch the swear for USA audiences, the word wasn't censored during the Australian broadcast. Instead, he first took to task the United States president himself.

De Niro previously called Trump a "dog" and a "bulls*** artist" while threatening to physically assault him. "The offensive language was deleted from the broadcast". There is a battle being waged for direction and the future of this nation-a battle between good and evil-and we need to pray.

In response to a Trump statement about handling protesters at one of his rallies, De Niro said: "He wants to punch people in the face?"

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