Robert De Niro: Trump Victory Feels Like 9/11

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Robert De Niro has reacted to the news that Donald Trump has been voted America’s new President-elect, NME reports.

The actor has been critical of the businessman  in the past, calling him “totally nuts” earlier this year while questioning his ability to lead a country.

In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, De Niro said: “I feel like I did after 9/11. We’ll just see what happens. There will be many, many, many, many, many people watching.”

In October the actor was featured in a celebrity endorsement video in which he called Trump “blatantly stupid”, “a punk”, “a dog”, “a pig”, and “a con.” He also could be seen saying he would “like to punch [Trump] in the face.” Read more at NME.

 

{Matzav.com}

9 COMMENTS

  1. Hey Robert, why don’t you move to Saudi Arabia. I heard they are very friendly to perverts like you. Why don’t you give it a try?

  2. War thoughts! 9/11 reversed is 11/9. This might be the future answering the past. But the scared feelings are war is worse than the terror is terrifying. We need much hope Trump may not even feature the greater day by taking office. Growth is scary in a hate era for any human ideal.

  3. YOU ARE AN ACTOR!!! You win awards for lying well! That’s what you do for a living! Who cares what you think about the real world!

    • You are a jew and should consider that the world that adds humor and honor to a traditional society is not always the small change of a poison note about who has merit in the universe. Mr. Deniro is indeed wealthy and has build his fortune on the woah’s and woe’s of society looking for a way to build their look at American culture. His conversation is worth noting.

      Think about the universe that Hashem created. The many who serve in the arts and theatre are often the very best that G-d has born into the world. To make note of the deception that they are not worthy of your ounce of respect is to dangerously vilify Hashem.

      One who has fear of G-d makes the small comment that he is not the major voice of society, but one also notes that many will consider him a neat person.

      The world is not one-dimension.

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