Trump criticizes De Niro following actor’s presence outside courthouse

In a fiery response, former President Trump expressed his strong disapproval of renowned actor Robert De Niro. This comes shortly after De Niro voiced his support for the Biden campaign at the Manhattan courthouse where Trump’s hush money trial is currently unfolding.

“I was truly surprised to discover the rather diminutive stature, both in terms of intellect and physicality, of the former actor Robert De Niro,” Trump expressed in a post on his Truth Social platform shortly after midnight on Wednesday.

Quillbot: According to Trump, De Niro, who is known for his strong dislike towards him, was confronted outside the Courthouse by a group of supporters far more powerful than the Radical Left. Trump also used the term “TDS” to mockingly refer to the condition of extreme antipathy towards him, which he believes is often fabricated by his critics.

During a surprise press conference in lower Manhattan, President Biden’s campaign made a bold move to address Trump’s legal troubles. The event featured actor Harry Dunn and Capitol Police officers Michael Fanone, both of whom were injured during the Jan. 6, 2021, riots. They spoke passionately about the potential dangers of a second Trump presidency.

As the Biden surrogates delivered their remarks, a group of at least 20 Trump supporters gathered in the nearby park. They waved flags, donned “Make America Great Again” gear, and chanted various slogans, including an expletive directed at Joe Biden. A prominent flag with the message “Trump or Death” flew proudly in the vicinity.

After the press conference ended, a crowd of protestors continued to harass and yell at the actor, De Niro. The park where the press conference was held was heavily guarded by a significant police presence.

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The crowd, consisting of a large number of people, enthusiastically chanted phrases like “We love Trump” and “Juan Merchan is corrupt.” These words were directed towards the judge who is currently presiding over the hush money case, aligning with Trump’s previous remarks about him.

The Manhattan trial commenced and concluded its closing arguments on Tuesday. Trump is currently facing 34 counts of falsifying business records in relation to a hush money payment made to adult film actor Stormy Daniels during the 2016 election cycle. The payment was intended to keep her silent about an alleged past affair, which the former president vehemently denies. The case will now be handed over to the jury for deliberations.

While filming a Biden campaign ad last week, De Niro openly criticized the former president outside of the courthouse, with Trump supporters vocally expressing their disagreement in the background.

According to Robert De Niro, Donald Trump is responsible for the current state of chaos. De Niro believes that instead of encouraging such behavior, Trump should be actively discouraging it. In De Niro’s opinion, Trump’s ultimate goal is to create widespread disorder, and unfortunately, he seems to be succeeding in certain regions and situations.

As De Niro delivered his speech, the air was filled with the voices of protesters shouting phrases like, “De Niro is afraid!” and “I haven’t seen a good movie from you in the last 20 years!”

“Robert, once a highly valued figure in the movie industry, has experienced a significant decline in his movies, artistry, and overall brand ever since he got involved in politics at the behest of Crooked Joe Biden. He appeared utterly pathetic and filled with sadness out there,” Trump expressed. “It’s reminiscent of the famous line, ‘Where have you gone Joe DiMaggio!!!'”

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