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Robert De Niro took some shots at Donald Trump and Fox News on Sunday morning.
While appearing on CNN’s Reliable Sources to discuss his role on Martin Scorsese's new film, The Irishman, the veteran actor also touched on his criticism of Trump and Fox's response.
After saying Trump “should not be president, period,” host Brian Stelter added that “folks on Fox come after" him for his remarks.
“Fuck 'em,” the actor said in response.
He then apologized for cursing on camera as Steller politely admonished him. (“This is cable so it’s not an FCC violation but it is still a Sunday morning").
“We are at a moment in our lives, in this country, where this guy is like a gangster," De Niro continued. "He’s come along and he’s said things, done things. We say over and over again, ‘This is terrible. We’re in a terrible situation. We’re in a terrible situation.’ And this guy just keeps going on and on and on without being stopped.”
De Niro plays Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran in the Scorsese film, which focuses on the alleged story of the rise and fall of Jimmy Hoffa. The cast is rounded out by Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Bobby Cannavale, Harvey Keitel, Action Bronson, Anna Paquin, Ray Romano, Jim Norton, Kathrine Narducci, and more.
The Irishman hits select theaters Nov. 1 and Netflix accounts Nov. 27.