Next day, appearing at a NOBU restaurant-hotel-condo launch in Toronto, De Niro apologized to Canadians for Trump's "disgusting" blast of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the recent G7. It's fuck Trump. In these perilous times, you rock the vote, always fighting for truth, transparency and integrity in government. Tuesday afternoon, President Trump tweeted: "Robert De Niro, a very Low IQ individual, has received to many shots to the head by real boxers in movies".
Oh, yeah, and he went ahead and nicknamed Robert De Niro "Punchy".
Specifically, Trump hit back at actor Robert De Niro over his pretty succinct slam of Trump during Sunday night's Tony Awards. During the opening ceremony, the actor apologized - not to Trump, but for him.
"I'm going to say one thing: 'F-k Trump, '" De Niro, one of Trump's most high-profile Hollywood critics, told the audience while presenting an award.
Granted, we don't want that remark to sound too disparaging towards De Niro because we all know that he's an acting icon.
Verstappen answers critics by topping Montreal practice
Vettel won the first two races of the year but did not return to the podium until his second-place finish in Monaco last race. Verstappen was the fastest throughout all three practice sessions in Montreal but he could only secure a third-placed start.