Like me, Robert De Niro knows it's crucial to say "Fuck Trump!" as often as possible. 

While introducing Bruce Springsteen at the Tony Awards Sunday night, the Irishman star gifted the audience with two back-to-back instances of that phrase. "I'm gonna say one thing," De Niro told the Radio City Music Hall audience, according to Variety. "Fuck Trump. It's no longer 'Down with Trump,' it's 'Fuck Trump.'"

De Niro's comments rightfully inspired a standing ovation. However, due to the fact that Americans are apparently still afraid of beautiful words like "fuck," the moment was censored.

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De Niro, thankfully, has been consistently critical of the bloated dumbfuck-in-chief since day one. Back in March, De Niro confirmed to the American people that Trump—much like his supporters—was still an idiot. "Look at our president," he said at the time. "He made it through the University of Pennsylvania, so he was exposed to a quality education, but he's still an idiot. And he lacks any sense of humanity or compassion."

Anyway, to elaborate further on De Niro's most recent comment, the wave is indeed still "Fuck Trump." Furthermore, it's fuck his supporters, fuck his apologists, fuck the ad dollars made by the dumb shit he says getting over-covered by news publications such as this one, fuck his whole family, and fuck the whole damn system.