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RSS FeedsRobert De Niro apologizes for `the idiotic behaviour of my president´
(The Star Travel)


12 june 2018 00:00:07

Robert De Niro apologizes for `the idiotic behaviour of my president´
(The Star Travel)

At the groundbreaking of his new restaurant in Toronto on Monday, actor Robert De Niro did not hold back when it came to criticizing U.S. President Donald Trump. “A note of apology for the idiotic behaviour of my president. It’s a disgrace and I apologize to Justin Trudeau and the other people at G7. Its disgusting. It’s great to be here in Toronto,” De Niro said to applause outside what will be Nobu Restaurant, Hotel and Residences on Mercer St.De Niro’s statement followed his appearance at the Tony Awards on Sunday night, where he received a standing ovation after declaring, “F--- Trump,” and a tumultuous weekend at the G7 summit in Quebec. Related stories:What led to Trump’s outburst against Trudeau: Behind the scenes at the G7Robert De Niro gets standing ovation for Trump F-bomb at Tony AwardsMayor John Tory was among the dignitaries at Monday’s groundbreaking, and couldn’t resist referencing Sunday’s outburst by the Academy Award-winning actor.“Sir, with regard to the comments in the news today, I have only two words to say: Thank you,” Tory said to De Niro. Jazz and Motown music played as guests waited for De Niro, chef Nobu Matsuhisa and other Nobu executives to arrive. The carefully orchestrated event was overseen by security guards and police officers, and Japanese drummers got it off to a banging start.The residences associated with the restaurant development sold out in three months, said CEO Trevor Horwell. Afterwards, Tory told reporters De Niro’s “strongly held views” resonated with Canadians. “A lot of Canadians would be more than a bit upset at the kind of attitude portrayed towards Canada,” Tory said, referring to what Trump and White House officials said following the G7 summit. “When somebody is taking on Canada, they’re taking Toronto on too ... but you won’t hear any f-bombs from me.” Tory attempted to keep the ...
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