Robert De Niro has launched a new attack on Donald Trump, which makes him & # 39; dangerous & # 39; calls and a & # 39; low-life & # 39; who & # 39; is going to ruin this country & # 39 ;.
Veteran actor, De Niro also blamed fans of The Apprentice for creating a monster & # 39; and buying the Trump brand.
The star of The Godfather Part II, Goodfellas and more recently The Irishman, added that he agrees that President Trump has blood in the hands of some of the recent mass shootings in America.
In a speech to the British GQ, De Niro said that he initially Trump & # 39; the benefit of the doubt & # 39; when he was first elected in 2016.
But De Niro, who was part of a series of controversial Trump critics who was the target of the roughed pipe bombs of & # 39; MAGA bomber & # 39; Cesar Sayoc, quickly turned against the president.
Robert De Niro said that President Trump & # 39; dangerous & # 39; and a & # 39; low-life & # 39; who & # 39; is going to ruin this country & # 39; during an interview with British GQ
The star of The Godfather Part II and Goodfellas said he agrees that Trump has blood on his hands about some of the massive shootings in America
He branded Trump & # 39; beyond a terrible person & # 39; and agreed that the President had blood on his hands for the crimes of his alleged followers.
The 76-year-old told it GQ: & # 39; He is more than a terrible person. I went on television the day after he was chosen and I said: & # 39; & # 39; I am willing to give him the benefit of the doubt & # 39; & # 39 ;.
& # 39; But he's worse than we ever thought he would be. He's an idiot. He is a fool. He's a bastard. He is crazy. He is tasteless. He's dangerous.
& # 39; That stupid program The Apprentice, people bought it. They buy it in … They created a monster. & # 39;
De Niro was asked if Trump & # 39; blood on his hands & # 39; talks about mass shootings by killers who seem to emulate his anti-immigrant rhetoric,
The wave of shootings involved the murder of 22 people in a Walmart in El Paso, with the shooter alerting a manifesto for a & # 39; Spanish invasion of Texas & # 39 ;.
The actor responded: & # 39; Yes. I think so. And everyone now realizes that more and more.
& # 39; It is so ridiculous that the NRA has control over Republicans. It's all about money.
& # 39; They are more than shame. That [gunmen] are crazy people, but they are inspired by Trump and what he likes.
& # 39; It's all subtle, but it's all there. He allowed it. He starts it. He encourages it. & # 39;
President Donald Trump left O & Hare International Airport yesterday after speaking at a police chiefs conference
De Niro said he was a fan of the reaction of Beto O & Rourke, formerly the city representative in Congress, before becoming the candidate democrat for president in 2020.
O & # 39; Rourke was one of a series of democrats who blamed Trump for immigration paving the way for the massacre.
The Hollywood star added: & # 39; I liked [O & # 39; Rourke] to say: & # 39; Don't come to El Paso! & # 39; And Trump got upset. He said: & # 39; Don't come to El Paso! Don't come! & # 39; & # 39; And people have to get up and say that enough is enough now. & # 39;
Veteran actor Robert De Niro appears on the cover of the December issue of British GQ
De Niro continued to express his apology at an apology issued by Sayoc, who sent explosive devices that did not explode with former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, former president Barack Obama, former vice-president Joe Biden, CNN, The New York Times and members of Congress last August.
Sayoc, a Trump fanatic who said he believed prominent Democrats encouraged violence, said he & # 39; more than very sorry & # 39; was for his actions at his conviction.
De Niro said: & # 39; Well, probably for the last time he apologized. I wonder what he would have said if those bombs were successful?
& # 39; If they were set and something happened, even for one person, he might apologize, but it would be too late.
& # 39; But I think all these things with Trump and all his madness and nonsense set the tone for what's going on.
& # 39; We all know it. It is more than a shame. He is a low-life. He is going to destroy this country. & # 39;
During the interview, De Niro also spoke about the reunification of his fellow stars Godfather, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci, on the screen for the Netflix production of The Irishman, directed by Martin Scorsese.
De Niro was also asked about the possibility of the mafia behind the murder of President John F Kennedy in 1963.
A suspicious package sent to CNN in Atlanta. It was the third similar package sent to CNN and the authorities say it was similar to the package sent by Cesar Sayoc, known as the & # 39; MAGA bomber & # 39 ;. A similar package was sent to Robert De Niro and other prominent Trump critics last August
His character in the film, Frank Sheeran, even claimed that he had used the guns given to Lee Harvey Oswald.
De Niro said: & I never thought there was a connection between the crowd and Kennedy and the murder.
& # 39; But I started thinking, you know, maybe there was, maybe there was … You know, sometimes those guys want to brag about this, about that, yada yada.
& # 39; But Frank wasn't like that. And there are people who think it could have been more connected than we think. & # 39;
He also discussed his memories of his father, who worked with Marlon Brando on The Godfather Part II and old New York.
When asked about his appearance in the Warburton bead TV ads in Britain, De Niro said: & I thought it was funny. I saw [Sylvester] Stallone doing it and at least I thought he had a sense of humor about it and about himself. & # 39;
The full feature is available in the December issue of British GQ via digital download and kiosks on Friday, November 1.