Celebs React to Robert De Niro's Viral Anti-Trump Tony Awards Speech

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De Niro's profanity was censored on US television with many viewers taking to Twitter to find out what exactly the 74-year-old had said.

"You wonder why all these shows continue to get lower and lower ratings", Spicer said to Charles Payne on "Varney & Co".

"Angels in America" won Best Play Revival at the 2018 Tony Awards, and the team from the show - including director Marianne Elliott and playwright Tony Kushner - arrived in the press room as awards-watchers were still buzzing about Robert De Niro.

"It's a disgrace. And I apologize to (Prime Minister) Justin Trudeau, too".

"This f***ing idiot is the president", De Niro said, according to a transcript from New York Times reporter Sopan Deb.

In one of the night's most emotional moments, "The Band's Visit" star Ari'el Stachel dedicated his Tony award for featured actor in a musical to his parents, who in the audience, along with the Middle-Eastern children around the world for their support.

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"I'm gonna say one thing, 'F- Trump!'" said the actor, pumping his fists on stage at Radio City Music Hall, just before introducing Bruce Springsteen.

Ever since De Niro's F-bomb comment went viral, celebrities and Twitterati have been praising the veteran actor for his courage and wittiness.

His comments come after a whirlwind few days that saw Trump attend the G-7 summit in Quebec, his first visit to Canada as president.

Meryl Streep also took aim at Trump in a now-famous speech at the 2017 Golden Globe Awards, calling him out for his mocking of a disabled reporter during the 2016 campaign.

Tensions between Trump and Trudeau are at an all-time high after the two leaders disagreed over trade at the summit. The CBS television audience heard dead silence instead before he raised his arms - twice - and earned a sustained standing ovation.

"I do think he speaks to the frustration, anger of a lot of people in this country on the left and the right", Seawright said.

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