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Trump-bashing, Hollywood-actor-Robert De Niro continued his criticism of the president on Saturday during an appearance on MSNBC.
The 76-year-old star of “The Irishman,” who has made a career out of pretending to be a gangster, he told host Joy Reid that he didn’t think He could measure up as a real underworld, tough guy.
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“I don’t have a clue as to why they should follow him,” De Niro said Trump’s supporters, according to Newsweek, “he is not a gangster. He can’t even keep his word about anything.
“I don’t have a clue as to why they should follow him, because he is not a gangster. He can’t even keep his word about anything.”
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“I think that’s the real gangster world, he wouldn’t last very long. He takes a long time to be in his own little real estate world, where he is the boss, because he is the boss, and that he had inherited all this money, and that he is a fool. In the real world, it does not take a long time. That’s my feeling.”
De Niro also hit Home as a “fake president,” that had to be addressed by the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry.
“If we’re not going to go by means of this, the initiative inquiry, we can make it, walk with it,” De Niro said of Reed, according to The Hill. “He has done something wrong, he will have to pay for that. He should be held accountable for their actions.”
The actor suggested that there be a psychological reason as to why He uses such terms as “fake news.”
“He calls everything phony, because he knows that he’s a fake, it is,” De Niro said.
De Niro shocked CNN viewers in September, when he dropped a couple of F-bombs during a live appearance on “Reliable Sources,” with the Brain, Stetler. The host asked a question about it on Fox News, experts who have support from Home.
“F – – – – – – ’em, f— ’em,” the actor said.
A CNN insider may later second-guess the decision to have the book, De Niro, describing the star as “zero discernible news value.”
“And what is his credential, other than a deep hate for the president?,” the CNN source told Fox News. “And what did the viewers of his vulgarity?”
In October, there are more F-bombs in The Niro were to be heard in an audio recording that is part of a harassment and discrimination based on any ground such as sex court case filed by the actor’s former assistant.
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The petitioner, Graham, Chase, Robinson says De Niro, treated her as his “office wife,” and frequently verbally abused her and once called her a “spoiled” in a profanity-laced voice mail when she didn’t answer the call.
De Niro’s lawyer, Tom Harvey, the claim will be rejected.
Robinson is seeking $12 million in damages, double what De Niro is looking into a countersuit.