Comedian Michael Loftus said Sunday that he believes liberal celebrities are competing to see who can be the most rude to conservatives.
Comedian Michael Loftus blasted Democrats for enlisting a group of Hollywood celebrities and producers for help in advancing their anti-President Trump message.
Tammy Bruce ripped Robert De Niro for both his profanity-laced tirade about President Trump during Sunday’s Tony Awards and the backhanded apology he gave for it.
Greg Gutfeld reacted to several recent profane criticisms of President Trump by actor Robert De Niro.
Lisa Boothe said Robert De Niro's profanity-laced tirade about President Donald Trump during Sunday’s Tony Awards just shows how "feckless" the anti-Trump resistance has become.
"Meet the Parents" co-stars Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller reunited on "Saturday Night Live" in an opening skit centered around the raid of Trump attorney Michael Cohen's office.
Judge Jeanine Pirro ripped Robert De Niro, Sean Penn and others who have routinely said vile things about President Donald Trump.
Iconic actor Robert De Niro ripped President Trump during a speech at the National Board of Review Awards.
Actor Robert De Niro has made it clear over the past year that he's no fan of Donald Trump, calling him everything from "totally nuts" to a "mutt" and saying he wants to "punch him in the face."
Actor Robert De Niro said his opinion of President Trump has not changed since last year, when he called Trump a "bulls--t artist," "a mutt" and a "national disaster" who "doesn't pay his taxes."
Throughout the presidential election, Robert De Niro made it clear he's no fan of Donald Trump, calling him "so blatantly stupid" and saying he wanted to "punch him in the face." Apparently, he still feels that way...
Throughout the 2016 campaign, Robert De Niro left no doubt that he's not a fan of Donald Trump.