Robert De Niro has been outspoken to his opposition to the 45th President. He latched unto an allusion pushed by "Fire and Fury" author Michael Wolff of Donald Trump being the Emperor who has no clothes.
De Niro's earthy opinions expressed at National Board of Review Annual Awards is in line with the actor's animus against Mr. Trump. During the 2016 Presidential General Election campaign, De Niro cut an ad for "Vote Your Future" in which DeNiro, best known for playing mobsters and low lifes, claimed that he wanted to punch Trump in the face.
After Oprah's soaring speech at the Golden Globes, hopes were lifted that entertainers would be more articulate when pontificating on politics. But that it too much to express from many celebutards. Consider his rousing remarks last spring when De Niro addressed the Brown University commencement, when he urged graduates to not leave his alma mater and go into a "tragic, dumb-ass country."
Regarding De Niro's current scathing statement about Mr. Trump-- does it take one to know one or was that just Raging Bulls***?