Robert De Niro Gets Bleeped Saying 'F*** Trump' at 2018 Tony Awards

Robert De Niro Gets Bleeped Saying 'F*** Trump' at 2018 Tony Awards

Robert De Niro Gets Bleeped Saying 'F*** Trump' at 2018 Tony Awards

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With his fists raised towards the sky, De Niro explained: "I'm gonna say one thing".

But viewers at home didn't hear the expletive thanks to the 10-second delay CBS had on the live telecast and the quick reflexes of a CBS Program Practices executive monitoring the show back at the CBS Broadcast Center in NY.

Watch video of De Niro's big Tonys moment below, then drop a comment with your thoughts. Two expletives earned him a standing ovation and a shower of admiration from the liberal crowd.

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"Bruce, you can rock the house like nobody else and even more importantly in these perilous times, you rock the vote, always fighting for, in your own words, truth, transparency and integrity in government", said De Niro. "Boy, do we need that now". "The offensive language was deleted from the broadcast".

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"[Trump's] so blatantly stupid", he said. He's a pig. He's a con.

"He's an idiot. He's an embarrassment".

Online, left-wing sentiment echoed the admiration, De Niro's off-hand comment earned him the titles of "genius" and 'national treasure.' Others assumed the glittering Broadway crowd was the flawless representation of the entire American population. Mendez, who plays millworker Carrie Pipperidge in "Carousel, " said that at the beginning of her career "I was told to change my name from Mendez to Matthews or I wouldn't work". She accepted in tears, recounting that when she moved to NY, she was told to change her last name to Matthews or she wouldn't work. We'll just see what happens.

Kushner would later offer up a more serious answer on the matter adding that he agreed with De Niro, referring to Trump's election as the "Hitler mistake".

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