Greg Gutfeld reacted to several recent profane criticisms of President Trump by actor Robert De Niro.

Gutfeld joked that an "elderly, confused man went missing in New York" and was later given dress clothes and a stage at Radio City.

At the Tony Awards over the weekend, De Niro took the stage at Radio City and called out "F*** Trump." 


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Gutfeld said the 74-year-old pumped his fists like he was "pushing a two-pound weight in a Jenny Craig commercial" after speaking the obscenity.

"What a sad end for a great actor," he said, noting that he effectively got his start in "Raging Bull" and more recently was featured in "Dirty Grandpa."

After the awards show, De Niro traveled to Toronto, Ontario and publicly apologized to the Canadian people for "the idiotic behavior of my president." He also extended condolences to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, after Trump criticized the Canadian leader on Twitter.

"Nobody's talking to you anymore," Gutfeld said on De Niro, paraphrasing one of the actor's most famous lines.

De Niro previously called Trump a "dog" and a "bulls*** artist" while threatening to physically assault him.


 

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