The Oscar-winning De Niro, 74, was at the annual event for the top United States theater awards late Sunday, June 10 to introduce a performance from rock legend Bruce Springsteen.
"De Niro represents exactly what's going on in this country", Spicer told Fox Business's Charles Payne on "Varney and Co", referring to what he called the "hypocrisy of the left". "It's no longer 'Down with Trump, ' it's 'f**k Trump'".
"Robert De Niro is my favorite rapper", artist Ferrari Sheppard jokingly tweeted.
The Tonys were being broadcast live on CBS in the United States, with censors managing to bleep the actor's profane message.
He went on to argue that people should be upset about Trump's rhetoric if they were angry about De Niro's.Читайте также: FIFA delays talks on 48-team World Cup in Qatar
De Niro made the comments in Toronto while attending a groundbreaking for a Canadian Nobu restaurant and hotel.
Of course, live feeds for the press still aired De Niro's statements in full.
It's far from the first time De Niro has spoken about Trump. Many in the audience stood and cheered, while TV censors quickly bleeped out the offending words.
His comments came the day after he used an expletive to refer to Trump in a televised Tony Awards show in NY.
Robert also said: "In these perilous times, you rock the vote, always fighting for truth, transparency and integrity in government. Boy, do we need that now!" "I mean, if you're Donald Trump, it doesn't mean anything". "The offensive language was deleted from the broadcast".
But before he got to that, the legendary actor had a few choice words regarding President Donald Trump. Garfield said during his acceptance speech, referencing the Supreme Court's decision to side with a Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex couple.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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