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TDS just keeps getting worse, folks.
And actor Robert De Niro just keeps getting sicker!
The Trump-hating Hollywood celeb took another outlandish hit at the president Monday during an interview with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show.
This time, he went as far as to say that life for an American in our nation during the Trump presidency is “like living in an abusive household. You feel you don’t know what’s going to happen next, what crazy thing is going to happen next, what’s going to make you say what the hell’s going on?”
De Niro also repeated during the interview his assertion that Trump is a “fake president.”
Watch the clip for yourself here:
What do you think of De Niro's description of the Trump presidency?
Totally off the wall?
The Hill has more to say about De Niro's hatred of the president and his past comments against Trump:
Robert De Niro says life for Americans during the Trump presidency is like "living in an abusive household."
"It's a really, really serious situation we're in," the "Irishman" star said in a Monday interview on CBS's "The Late Show."
"It's like a pall around certain things," De Niro — who's called Trump the "jerk-off in chief" and a "f------ fool" — told host Stephen Colbert. "It's like living in an abusive household. You feel you don't know what's going to happen next, what crazy thing is going to happen next, what's going to make you say what the hell's going on?"
"He's a fake president," the 76-year-old Academy Award winner continued of Trump.
"He calls everything fake because he knows he's fake. So he's projecting."
Fox News also said:
The 76-year-old actor joined Colbert to discuss his latest Netflix film, “The Irishman.” However, the host couldn’t resist opening the interview by asking the notoriously outspoken Trump critic about the state of the presidency.
“To me, it’s more than heartbreaking, it’s a really, really serious situation we’re in,” he said of the Trump presidency. “I don’t want to bring people down but … it’s a serious situation.”
He continued: “It’s like living in an abusive household. You don’t know what’s going to happen next, what crazy thing is going to happen next, what’s going to make you say, ‘ what the hell is going on?’”
Colbert suggested that “only one angry person gets to say what’s real.”
“Exactly,” De Niro responded. “And the truth is not from him, that’s for sure.”
De Niro then derided Trump as a “fake president” to thunderous applause from the audience.
“Well, he calls everything ‘fake’ because he knows he’s fake. So he’s projecting all the time,” De Niro explained. “Somewhere deep down, I don’t wanna get all psychological, but that really is what I feel it is.”