Delta Air Lines and Bank of America have pulled financial support for the Shakespeare in the Park production of "Julius Caesar" in New York City over its portrayal of the assassinated titular character that resembles President Donald Trump.

The play portrays Caesar as a powerful, blond-haired man wearing a business suit with an American flag pin who gets stabbed to death.

Former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino said on "Fox & Friends" this goes to show that nothing is out of bounds for "far-left radicals."

He said they are trying to "normalize" violence against Trump, pointing to Kathy Griffin's infamous "mock beheading" photo shoot.

"I don't think you have any idea the damage you're doing right now, both to the country and to the threat level to Trump," Bongino said. "Do you have any idea how irresponsible this is?"

He said this is "disgusting," and the people responsible shouldn't be able to hide behind the excuse that they're creating "art."

He argued that this type of anti-Trump rhetoric actually has real-world effects, pointing out that Ivanka Trump was shocked by the "level of viciousness" she has experienced in Washington, D.C.

Bongino said that many on the far-left have "lost their moral base" and are willing to do anything to remove Trump from power.

"The modern far-leftist, the modern liberal, sees the world in terms of the good and the bad guys, the oppressor versus the oppressed," Bongino said. "They've lost any moral bedrock, and the left has gone mad with rage."

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