Trump Slams De Niro’s Disturbed Courthouse Press

( – Former president Donald Trump has responded to veteran actor Robert De Niro’s tirade against him at a Democrat-organized event outside the Manhattan courthouse where the former chief executive’s “hush money” trial was being held.

Speaking to a crowd outside the courthouse, De Niro lambasted the former president, calling him a “monster” who “should not be allowed” to win a second term at the White House. He also claimed that Trump had “hustled the country” and wants to destroy what America stands for. The actor went on to claim that Trump was a “danger” to everyone’s lives and even went as far as to say that the former commander-in-chief “doesn’t belong” in New York City.

Representatives for De Niro clarified that the two-time Oscar winner attended the event as a form of support for the campaign of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

“That’s why I’ve joined the Biden-Harris campaign,” De Niro said, reasoning that the way to “preserve our freedoms and hold on to our humanity,” was “to vote for Joe Biden for president.”

Not everyone who listened to the rant was happy, with De Niro getting into a shouting match with a man wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat.

“You are gangsters!” De Niro told the man, who confronted him after his remarks. The man responded by calling him a “washed up actor.”

Trump himself addressed De Niro’s comments on a post on Truth Social, calling the actor a “wacko” who is “small, both mentally and physically.” The former president went on to describe De Niro as someone suffering from an “incurable case of TRUMP DERANGEMENT SYNDROME [sic]”. The former president also derided De Niro’s acting work as having gone “WAY DOWN IN VALUE [sic]”.

As a result of his comments, De Niro was also removed as of the recipients of the prestigious National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) award. In a statement, the group, which described itself as “proudly bipartisan,” said that De Niro’s recent actions would detract from the “philanthropic work that we [NAB] were hoping to recognize.”

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