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Robert De Niro’s sensational comments on Trump will make you all numb

Robert De Niro considered as one of the finest actors of our generation was being interviewed by Deadline. This was quite an interview where De Niro let out his frank unapologetic best.

Robert De Niro’s Interview with Deadline

Actor Robert De Niro has made it quite clear over the past year that he’s no fan of Donald Trump, calling him everything from “totally nuts” to a “mutt” and saying he wants to “punch him in the face.”

Now, in a new interview with “Deadline,” De Niro is seen taking aim at Trump again. The two-time Academy Award winner said that Trump is “dangerous,” but he would be even more dangerous if he was “smart.”

Even Meryl Streep had taken a dig at Donald Trump

When Meryl Streep was honored at the Golden Globes for a lifetime of notable work earlier this year,  she took that opportunity to make a sustained attack on US President Donald Trump.

In a nearly 6-minute address while accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award, the actress denounced Trump’s campaign rhetoric and criticized him for mocking a disabled reporter.

Hollywood actors openly expressing their views

As subtle was that assault from Streep but it still drew the ire of the American President.

Though here, Di Niro has gone on an all out attack aimed at Donald Trump. He has been quoted saying, “He’s terrible, and a flat-out, blatant racist and doubling down on that. And it’s good that he does because he’s going to sink himself.”

Emmy Awards theme for this year- Anti Trump

De Niro, who supported Hillary Clinton in the 2016 campaign, said that this year’s Emmy Awards on September 17 should make criticizing the president a “theme” of the show.

He goes on to add that, “We’re at a crisis in this country with this fool, who never should have gotten into the position that he’s in,”

Hoping for a better Future

Here’s hoping that all this predictions wont come true and President would lead from the front as a leader of a country is supposed to.