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Famous Actor Attacks Donald Trump Supporters

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Hollywood actor Robert De Niro is no stranger to badmouthing Donald Trump and his supporters.

It seems like a bad idea to trash over 74 million Americans who voted for Trump in 2020 — a number that is undoubtedly growing each day as Trump’s popularity skyrockets.

De Niro told fans “to reach out to Trump’s followers with respect,.” but then proceeded to insult Trump supporters by calling them “insane” and claiming they have “already turned their backs” on “democracy.” (Trending: Biological Man Wins ‘Woman of the Year’)

Calling Trump “evil,” De Niro claimed that “democracy won’t survive” if Trump is re-elected.

Although he could not attend in person, De Niro offered his advice to attendees at an event called “Stop Trump Summit” in New York. It organized by the left-wing group The New Republic.

“I’ve spent a lot of time studying bad men,” De Niro once stated. “I’ve examined their characteristics, their mannerisms, the utter banality of their cruelty.” (Trending: NFL Legend Crushes Trans Activists)

“Yet there’s something different about Donald Trump. When I look at him, I don’t see a bad man. Truly. I see an evil one,” he added.

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