Trump fires back at Robert De Niro's vulgar comments about him

Robert De Niro, Donald Trump

Robert De Niro, Donald Trump

Veteran actor Robert De Niro on Sunday night had spoken against US President Trump before introducing a performance by Bruce Springsteen.

Robert De Niro speaks onstage during the National Board of Review annual awards gala at Cipriani 42nd St, Jan. 9, 2018, in New York City. He continued, "I watched him last night and truly believe he may be 'punch-drunk'".

Yesterday De Niro apologised - not for his comments but on behalf of the USA president. "The offensive language was deleted from the broadcast", the network said in a statement to Deadline.

And in 2016, De Niro, who endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at the time, attacked Trump in a video, urging people to vote and saying, "I'd like to punch him in the face". "Wake up Punchy!" Trump wrote Wednesday morning, or Tuesday afternoon ET.

I watched Robert De Niro too, and as a doctor I can emphatically say that he has much greater mental faculties than you on your best day, Mr. President.

Trump, who has just left Singapore after a historic meeting with the North Korean leader, was retaliating after De Niro spent the past few days publicly denouncing Trump.

De Niro said Trump's remarks were a "disgrace". F- Trump. It's no longer down with Trump. De Niro also apologized to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after Trump called him "weak" and "dishonest".

One of De Niro's breakout roles, of course, was 1980's 'Raging Bull, ' a biopic of the boxer Jake LaMotta.

The president is now flying back to the United Stats from his meeting with Kim Jong-un in Singapore aboard Air Force One.

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