De Niro's crude attack on Trump proves liberals are beside themselves that he keeps winning

Courtesy of actor Robert De Niro, we finally have an admission that the Trump-hater agenda has moved from stupid “resisting” to mindless rage. Gone is any pretense that President Trump’s opponents are genuinely concerned about policy or about the condition of the country.

On Sunday night at the Tony Awards for Broadway productions, De Niro was brought on stage to introduce singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen. But the moment De Niro got to the microphone he attacked President Trump, using a vulgar invective favored by juvenile bullies.

“I'm gonna say one thing: f--- Trump," De Niro said. At that point the 75-year-old star of the upcoming “War with Grandpa” pumped his fists into the air. "It's no longer down with Trump, it's f--- Trump!"

Said on the eve of the Singapore summit, who knew that President Trump working for world peace would so infuriate De Niro?

De Niro’s outburst illustrates why the blind and irrational hatred of the president that has infected some on the left is called “Trump Derangement Syndrome.”

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