It’s no secret that actor Robert De Niro has a really bad case of Trump Derangement Syndrome.
Every time he makes a speech, he uses his time to rant about President Trump. It’s rude to the gathering he’s speaking to because he’s supposed to be talking about something else and not Trump. He recently spoke to a group of students in NYC and went on a tirade.
His most recent rant was during a speech in which he was supposed to be speaking about Al Pacino who was receiving the Icon Award. He went off-topic and ranted that President Trump should be arrested. He also used profanities during his rant.
Robert De Niro took a good long minute out of his speech honoring his good pal, Al Pacino, to call for the removal and arrest of President Trump — and his off-script moment drew mixed reviews:
The best part of the video below is that the crowd suprised De Niro by booing him:
Pacino was one of 5 being honored with the Icon Award but De Niro is so consumed with hate for Trump that he took away from the occasion with his nasty remarks.