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Trump slams “low IQ” and “punch-drunk” De Niro to star’s F-bomb attack

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Robert De Niro drops F-bombs on the Tony awards.

Actor Robert De Niro drops F-bombs on the President of Trump during the Tony awards.

President Trump on Tuesday, Robert De Niro suggested as a “very Low IQ individual who received too many blows to the head,” after the actor’s profanity laced tirade, while on Sunday the politically charged Tony Awards.

“Robert De Niro, a very Low IQ individual, has wrote many blows to the head of real boxers in the film” Trump. “I saw him last night, and really believe that he can” punch-drunk.’ I, he had not realized the economy, the best you will ever get with employment at an all time high, and many companies in the pour back is to think of it in our country. Pressure To Wake Up Fully!”

Robert De Niro, a very Low IQ individual, has to many blows to the head of real boxers in the movies. I saw him last night, and really believe that he can “punch drunk.” I that he does not suspect…

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 12. June 2018

During the Tony Awards, De Niro, 74, who has frequently sparred with trump, drew a standing ovation with an anti-Trump rant.

…realize the economy is the best you will ever get with employment at an all time high, and many companies pouring in our country. Pressure To Wake Up Fully!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 12. June 2018

“I’ll say one thing: F— trump!”, he said, as he clenched both of his fists in the air, so that the panic broadcast censors try to bleep out the notes. “It is no longer down with the trombone, and it is f— trump!”

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— Rhett Bartlett (@dialmformovies) 11. June 2018

The US viewers at home, and heard dead silence, although in other regions of the f-bombs is not censored allegedly. The force expressions that triggered a thunderous response from the audience, with many of the celebrities.

On Monday, the day after his Tony Awards rant, De Niro apologized for the Canadians and other participants of the G7 summit, said Trump’s criticism of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a fraud “idiotic behavior” and the President is calling the actions a “disgrace.”

The comments are nothing new to De Niro, of “Raging Bull” and “Meet the Fockers” star, who is accused in the March, trumpet, of any sense of humanity or compassion is missing and, in April, called him a “madman.”

Fox News’ Lukas Mikelionis and Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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