Robert De Niro

What are the Political Affiliations of Robert De Niro

2020-2017

Criticizes Trump

2020

Supports Biden

2019

Democrat

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Criticizes Trump

13 May 2020

BBC.com

In an interview with BBC, when asked if Trump's base would vote for him again

No, he doesn’t care for those people. The people who he pretends to care about are the people he has the most disdain for, because he couldn’t care less about them.
Robert De Niro

Supports Biden

7 May 2020

YOUTUBE.com

In an interview with The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

I’m for Biden and I want everything to go well for Biden, but at least we have a person who is a very capable backup if you will, if something would change, God forbid nothing will change.

Criticizes Trump

29 Sep 2019

HOLLYWOODREPORTER.com

In an interview at CNN

This guy should not be president, period. [...] We are in a moment in our lives in this country where this guy is like a gangster. 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, and this guy just keeps going on and on and on without being stopped.

Criticizes Trump

20 Apr 2019

YOUTUBE.com

In an interview on The Late Show

That’s what I said right after he was elected, give him a chance, I give everybody the benefit of the doubt, this guy has proven himself to be a total loser. [...] We have a gangster, a wannabe gangster in the White House now.

Criticizes Trump

Democrat

6 Jan 2019

THEGUARDIAN.com

In an interview with The Guardian

I’m older now and I’m just upset about what’s going on. When you see someone like [Trump] becoming president, I thought, well, OK, let’s see what he does – maybe he’ll change. But he just got worse. It showed me that he is a real racist. I thought maybe as a New Yorker he understands the diversity in the city but he’s as bad as I thought he was before – and much worse. It’s a shame. It’s a bad thing in this country. [...] If he had his way, we’d wind up in a very bad state in this country. I mean, the way I understand it, they laughed at Hitler. They all look funny. Hitler looked funny, Mussolini looked funny and other dictators and despots look funny. What bothers me is that there will be people in the future who see him as an example and they’ll be affected in some way, but they’ll be a lot smarter and have many more colours to their personality and be more mercurial and become someone with the same values as he has but able to get much further and do more damage as a despot. That’s my worry. There are people who look up to him: ‘I want to be like him.’ But they’ll do it much better and they’ll be more smart about it. [...] He’s a con artist. He’s a huckster. He’s a scam artist. And what bothers me is that people don’t see that. I think that The Apprentice had a lot to do with that, which I never saw but once, maybe. It’s all smoke and mirrors, it’s all bullshit. [...] He’s not even evil, he’s mundane. [...] The things that Trump has done; if Obama had done one fiftieth, they’d be all over him. That’s why I feel that Democrats have to be more aggressive. You’ve got to stand up, you can’t be so gentlemanly all the time because you’ve just got to say: ‘Sorry, I’m nice to a point, then I’ve got to push back.
Robert De Niro

Criticizes Trump

21 Aug 2017

DEADLINE.com

In an interview with Deadline

If he was smart, he’d be even more dangerous. He’s dangerous as it is. He’s terrible, and a flat-out blatant racist and doubling down on that, and it’s good that he does because he’s going to sink himself… At this point, we’re at a crisis in this country with this fool, who never should have gotten into the position that he’s in.

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