De Niro just sent Trudeau a powerful message on behalf of Americans embarrassed by Trump

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Robert De Niro built a career out of playing everything from ruthless gangsters to homicidal stalkers, but in the real world the beloved actor has little patience for bullies and crooks. In the past, he’s made it abundantly clear that he has nothing but disdain for the racist ignoramus currently squatting inside the Oval Office.

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This past weekend, during the 72nd Tony Awards De Niro reminded us all just how much he dislikes the president by stepping up to the microphone and delivering a blunt, “Fuck Trump.” The remark was met with rapturous approval and a standing ovation.

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Now, De Niro has taken another strong political stance against the Republican administration, this time to apologize to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and all of Canada for Trump’s recent, inexcusable at the G7 summit.

The economic meeting with some of our closest allies went completely off the rails, with Trump alienating the other attendees, storming off from the summit prematurely, and even personally attacking Trudeau by calling him “meek” and “mild” It was a blow to the liberal world order, and a gift-wrapped present to countries like Russia who wish the see the disintegration of the western alliance.

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De Niro made his comments during an appearance in Toronto, Canada. He called out Trump for his “idiotic behavior” and adding that such behavior was a “disgrace” and “disgusting,” putting into words how most Americans now feel about their president’s actions at the G7.

Our elected leader is actively working to undermine global stability and American interests abroad, burning through our remaining credibility in the process. Luckily, there are Americans like De Niro who have the platform and courage to still engage with the rest of the world in a constructive fashion, hopefully demonstrating in the process that the world should not yet lose all faith in the United States.

Robert Haffey

Robert Haffey is a political writer, filmmaker, and winner of the ScreenCraft Writing Fellowship. He is a graduate of Drexel University.

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