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“Excuse My French”: Triggered Robert De Niro Goes On Explicit Unhinged Trump Rant on The View

Limousine liberal descends from ivory tower to voice expletives towards former president, MAGA fan base.

Actor Robert De Niro revealed he still suffers from a severe case of Trump Derangement Syndrome in a recent appearance on “The View,” uttering expletives to convey his deep hatred towards the current Republican presidential frontrunner.

Touching on his infamous “punch Trump in the face” remark from 2016, the 80-year-old actor was asked by the ABC daytime talk show’s left-leaning hosts if he had advice for Joe Biden’s campaign, considering he’s losing to Trump in five battleground states.

Robert De Niro went on an unhinged rant on The View about Trump and his supporters, ironically calling them angry and hate filled.

He then goes on to say he wants “to punch” Trump “in the face.”

He definitely fits in with these wash women! pic.twitter.com/htZyqfVnFG

— Alan Jacoby (@AlanJacobyJr) May 15, 2024

“I don’t understand why people are not taking him seriously,” De Niro said of Trump, “because you read about it historically in other countries that they didn’t take the people seriously. I think of Hitler and Mussolini. Fools and clowns… I mean, who does not think that this guy is going to do exactly what he says he’s going to do?”

“It’s going to happen,” De Niro continued. “If he gets elected, it’s going to change this country for everybody, and they might think that it’s going to make their life better, or they just want to, excuse my French, [muted] with the country.”

“Those people who support him with anger and hate, because that’s what he’s about, they’re going to see,” he added, going on to take issue with Trump’s tiff with Rosie O’Donnell.

“He’s vicious,” De Niro claimed. “Why will he not do that in this country? He’s already done it. Why would he not — when I say, ‘I want to punch him in the face,’ it’s because what he said to a person — a bystander, somebody in one of his rallies, he wants to punch him in the face. You don’t talk that way to people. What kind of person does that?”

De Niro’s next comments were heavily censored, but his deranged animosity toward Trump came through.

“It’s almost like he wants to do the worst that he could possibly do to show this country and to [bleep] with us. His slogan should be, [bleep] America. I want to [bleep] you, America,” De Niro said, as the show’s leftist audience erupted in applause.

Here’s the full segment:

The segment highlights how limousine liberals like De Niro prioritize keeping Trump out of office over addressing Americans’ suffering under Biden’s disastrous policies.

Everything De Niro says Trump is doing the Democratic Party is openly doing to the American people. This guy is beyond pathetic and poses a clear and present danger to our Republic! . https://t.co/Pis3LjgbRy

— Alex Jones (@RealAlexJones) May 15, 2024



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