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"I'm going to say one thing: f**k Trump", said De Niro, prompting many in the crowd to rise to their feet. "It's no longer down with Trump, it's f-- Trump!"

On "Fox & Friends" on Monday, Boothe pointed out that Trump's critics often turn to vulgarities and insults, as opposed to substance and solutions.

The American theatre world's biggest night of the year at Radio City Music Hall saw De Niro onstage to introduce Bruce Springsteen's performance of My Hometown, but before doing the honours the legendary actor turned his attention from Broadway to the White House.

"I think it's really pathetic and all it really does is embolden President Trump and bring more people into his camp", Boothe said. And that's what the left wants, just so President Trump doesn't have a victory or get re-elected.

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The actor urged the audience to vote during mid-term elections in November. "Boy, do we need that now!"

And he said of the actor, "it's Robert De Niro". "The offensive language was deleted from the broadcast". "It's F*** Trump!" De Niro added.

Those in the audience and the journalists covering the awards show, however, did hear the comments, and they quickly started circulating on Twitter.

De Niro won Oscars for his roles in "The Godfather: Part II" (1974) and "Raging Bull" (1980). Tony Kushner, the show's playwright, repeated De Niro's sharp rebuff of the president.

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