BREAKING: Robert De Niro FINALLY DID IT At Awards Show… His Career OVER


It’s no secret that former Hollywood legend Robert De Niro isn’t a fan of President Trump, but last night at the National Board of Review Gala he took things entirely too far.

De Niro, who’s called the President an “idiot” a “racist” and everything else you can imagine, decided he was going to go off-script last night so he could bash the President before introducing actress Meryl Streep for her award. The Daily Mail reports that De Niro used the new Tom Hanks movie “The Post” to draw parallels between then and now, under Trump’s presidency, and he didn’t hold back in his criticism of 45.


In fact, he went on an expletive-filled rant against Trump, calling him the “baby-in-chief” and a “f**king fool,” while also saying he’s the equivalent of “The Emperor’s New Clothes.”

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Here’s the full transcript, via Sopan Deb:


Thank you. First congratulations to Tom Hanks. Tom Hanks has played opposite some of the most iconic figures in American cinema.

In Turner and Hooch he co-starred with a humongous, slobbering French Mastiff. In Toy Story his nemesis was action figure Buzz Lightyear. And who could forget his award-winning performance in Castaway, opposite a volleyball named Wilson.


That brings us to The Post, and another signature performance from the extraordinary Meryl Streep.

Meryl is the most generous and giving actor. She not only inhabits her own character, she helps bring out the character of everyone else on the screen. Can a volleyball do that?


Not even if the volleyball was a stable genius.

It was fascinating to watch The Post.

That story took place nearly 50 years ago, but there are many parallels with today obviously.

At the time of the story Donald Trump was suffering with “bone spurs”. Today the world is suffering from the real Donald Trump. Come on. You know. What are we talking about?

This f***ing idiot is the President. It’s The Emperor’s New Clothes – the guy is a f***ing fool.

The publication of the Pentagon Papers was a proud moment for American journalism. The Times and the Post challenged the government over critical First Amendment issues. And the press prevailed.

Our government today, with the propping [up] of our baby-in-chief – the jerkoff-in-chief I call him – has put the press under siege, trying to discredit it through outrageous attacks and lies.’

And again just like 1971 the press is distinguishing itself with brave, exacting journalism.

The movie gave us glimpses of President Nixon as delusional, narcissistic, petty, vindictive, nasty and bats*** f***ing crazy. Ah the good old days.

The movie and my friend Meryl Streep showed us the evolution of courage – Kate Graham was forced into a man’s world and showed the world and showed all those men something about the qualities of daring and devotion to public service – qualities that were thought of as male. No longer.

But, astonishingly, today women are still struggling to get their rightful place and their fare share.

I am still fighting for Meryl to be able to get 79 cents of what a man would get to play Catherine Graham. It’s shameful, I know.

The good news is that I think we’re at a watershed moment and it’s about time. There are many to thank for that, but tonight is for Meryl Streep.

Meryl, thank you for speaking out on matters of conscience that affect us all. Thank you for being an actress who plays the most interesting characters with full commitment and without judgement.

You show us their heroism as well as their imperfections.

And I know that’s a stretch for you – because Meryl doesn’t seem to have any imperfections. And I say that with the most love for you, Meryl. I love you so much. Ladies and gentlemen, the National Board of Review’s best actress…

Lovely, isn’t it?

Now, just imagine for a second if someone like, Clint Eastwood were to get on stage and say the same things about Barack Obama. The outrage would be far and wide, and he’s never work in Hollywood again.

Yet here we are with De Niro, on live television, saying some of the most horrible things about the President and effectively insulting every American who voted for him.

Hollywood has always had an arrogance about it, but the past years has really brought it to light. The funny part is that aside from being able to pretend he’s other people, De Niro has no marketable skills and wouldn’t qualify to be Trump’s shoe shiner.

How’s that for irony?

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