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Entertainment Robert De Niro gets censored for saying 'F— Trump' at Tony Awards

07:31  11 june  2018
07:31  11 june  2018 Source:   ew.com

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Robert De Niro said ' F *** Trump ' at the Tony Awards this weekend twice. CBS ended up bleeping a huge sections of his remarks in an attempt to censor the profanity -- and that left many wondering exactly what De Niro had said .

During the 72nd annual Tony Awards , Robert De Niro , 74, stepped out stage to introduce Bruce Springsteen‘s performance of “My Hometown.” However, before he did, he shared a person thought with the audience. “I’m just going to say one thing,” De Niro said .

a man standing in front of a mirror posing for the camera© CBS You talking to me?

De Niro was talking to Tony viewers Sunday evening during the broadcast of the 72nd annual Tony awards when a chunk of his speech was censored. While introducing a performance from Bruce Springsteen, De Niro said, “Bruce, you can rock the house like nobody else and even more important in these perilous times, you rock the vote always fighting for truth, transparency, and integrity in government. Boy, do we need that now.”

Immediately after that, the television screens went silent and viewers were unable to make out what De Niro said next. Audience members inside the house clarified over Twitter, reporting that De Niro said, “I’m going to say this, F— TRUMP. It’s no longer ‘Down with Trump,’ it’s F— TRUMP.”

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Get email alerts. ESPECIALLY Robert De Niro , a frequent — and outspoken — Trump hater. Well, the multiple-Oscar winner delivered another hefty serving of red meat at last night’s National Board of Review awards gala.

Robert De Niro stunned the crowd at the Tony Awards Sunday by sending a profanity-filled message to President Donald Trump . Robert DeNiro at # TonyAwards : “Fuck Trump !” pic.twitter.com/iUIqlvzxrd.

De Niro has made no bones about his opposition to Donald Trump and his administration, having previously gone on a profanity-laced tirade against the president at the National Board of Review awards gala. The actor also popped up several times on Saturday Night Live this past season playing Robert Mueller, the lead investigator in a case looking into ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.

The Academy Award-winning actor also joked that the difficulty of getting a ticket to Springsteen’s Broadway show was why he had agreed to present. De Niro said, “Do you have any idea how hard it is to get tickets for Bruce Springsteen’s show on Broadway? It’s easier to get tickets for Hamilton.

Springsteen then went on to deliver a soulful rendition of “My Hometown” along with an excerpt from the monologuing text of his one-man show. Earlier in the evening, Billy Joel presented him with his Special Tony Award.

Check out the full list of Tony winners.

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