Celebs React to Robert De Niro's Viral Anti-Trump Tony Awards Speech

"After De Niro, CBS told us to do something drastic, so here we are", Groban joked.

MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle says liberal celebrities like Bill Maher and Robert De Niro might be helping President Trump, even if there are a lot of people who agree with their latest condemnations of the president.

Robert De Niro definitely didn't hold back on his thoughts about President Donald Trump on Sunday at the Tony Awards in New York City.

"I just want to make a note of apology for the idiotic behaviour of my president", he said at an event on Monday to promote a Nobu restaurant, hotel and residence venture.

Tensions between Trump and Trudeau are at an all-time high after the two leaders disagreed over trade at the summit.

"F*** Trump!" he exclaimed.

Trump recently took to Twitter to blast Trudeau, calling him "very dishonest and weak" right after leaving the G7 summit early aboard Air Force One.

As he took to the stage in NY to introduce a performance by Bruce Springsteen, the Oscar winning screen icon began a furious attack on the US President. Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said her nation "does not conduct its diplomacy through ad hominem attacks".

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. In addition to appearing many times as Special Counsel Robert Mueller on "Saturday Night Live", he publicly called Trump and "idiot" who "lacks any sense of humanity or compassion" in March. During the opening lunch at the Tribeca Film Festival in April, the actor called Trump a "mad man" and a "low life".

His comments were bleeped from the broadcast by CBS, which issued a statement saying: 'Mr.