Franklin Graham slams Robert De Niro over Trump rant

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"I'm gonna say one thing: "F*** Trump"," he said, to a standing ovation from the crowd. And then after the audience burst into laughter applause, he doubled down: "It's no longer 'down with Trump.' It's 'fuck Trump!'"

The two-time Academy Award-winner was in Toronto Monday to promote Nobu Residences, his restaurant, hotel and condo project in conjunction with top chef Nobu Matsuhisha. De Niro also noted the difficulty of obtaining tickets for Springsteen's shows and proclaimed that the singer-songwriter's perspective is especially needed "in these perilous times".

The man behind Angels in America, legendary playwright Tony Kushner, spoke to reporters backstage about De Niro's spirited introduction for Springsteen, the AP reported. The hip-hop star has applauded veteran entertainer Robert De Niro for publicly ripping President Donald Trump.

Predictably, some commenters supported De Niro's position, while others found it offensive.

- UNITE & FIGHT (@stopthenutjob) June 11, 2018PSA: Robert De Niro gave a big old F&@K Trump at the Tonys since is was bleeped our for the folks at home!

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During that visit, North Korea released US college student Otto Warmbier , who died shortly after his return. They do also seem to have a side project, which uses Rodman to promote peace, love and unity.

Meanwhile, Mark Hamill clearly loved it. "Thousands upon thousands of Latin people showed up and paid unreasonable prices to see themselves reflected back and see someone like themselves talking about them to them". It is how you remind the country that the most corrupt, racist and traitorous government in America's history is going down, hard, SOON.

"And after 9/11, it was very, very hard for me", Mr. Stachel continued, as his parents beamed with pride from the audience. "I'd like to punch him in the face!"

'Ah, the tolerant Left.

Tony Shalhoub ("Monk") won for Best Actor in a Musical and Katrina Lenk for Best Actress in a Musical for their roles as, respectively, the leader of the band and the Israeli cafe owner who takes him in.

Artists behind Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two accept the award for Best Play.