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.

“I'm gonna say one thing: f--- Trump!" the iconic actor stated, drawing a standing ovation from the crowd.

"It's no longer down with Trump, it's f--- Trump!"

On "Fox & Friends" on Monday, Boothe pointed out that Trump's critics often turn to vulgarities and insults, as opposed to substance and solutions.

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She noted that De Niro's remarks came on the heels of comedian Samantha Bee calling first daughter Ivanka Trump a "feckless c---."

"I think it's really pathetic and all it really does is embolden President Trump and bring more people into his camp," Boothe said.

On his show Friday, liberal comedian Bill Maher said he hopes the economy crashes in order to "get rid" of President Trump.

Boothe added that it's sad that the left would apparently rather see America fail than the president succeed.

"I think that demonstrates just the vitriol and the hatred from the left," Boothe said.

"You look at the Great Recession: millions of jobs lost, trillions of dollars in household income and wealth gone. And that's what the left wants, just so President Trump doesn't have a victory or get re-elected. It's sad."

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