Robert Deniro Launches Unhinged Tirade Against Trump in New MSNBC Interview

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Since the latter’s first presidential campaign, Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro has been outspoken in his irrational hatred of former President Donald Trump.

In a new interview with MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle, he even tried to somehow compare Trump’s ascent to that of Adolf Hitler.

Thursday during an entire segment on The 11th Hour with Stephanie Ruhle, De Niro referred to Trump as “a sick person,” “narcissistic,” “a monstrous individual,” and a “stupid bully,” among other derogatory terms.

“What do you say to those who say, “I don’t like the guy, but I’m going to vote for him”? What’s your message to that?” Ruhle asked him.

“I don’t understand it. I don’t I don’t think they understand how dangerous it will be if he ever, God forbid, becomes president. I don’t think they really understand. And historically, from what I see, even in Nazi Germany, they had it with Hitler. They don’t take him seriously. “He looks like a clown. Acts like a clown.” Mussolini. Same thing.” De Niro said.

“These guys, I don’t know why they look like clowns. They somehow people… That element of society identifies in some ways with them. But it would be chaos beyond our imagination. There’s no mystery about him. He’s right out front. And what he says is what it’ll be if he becomes president.” he continued.

“We always hear about people from Eastern Europe, the Jews from other parts of Eastern Europe, from Western Europe coming over. Look what happened with France, and with the Nazis and so on. And they come over and you hear these, and they go, and when I was a kid, they’d say, “You don’t really appreciate this country, you know, what we know from experience.” Imagine what those people went through. I’m just starting to see it. You know, as a kid, I said “Hitler, it’s a nightmare that never would happen.” But now I see that it’s possible. But those people, sometimes I run into some people who are close to my age, who are from Eastern Europe, European countries or even Nazi Germany and, you know, they… you understand it.” he remarked later in the interview.

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