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Robert De Niro presented the Friars Club's icon award to Billy Crystal Monday night. De Niro called Trump 'that jerkoff in the White House' and the 'buffoon in chief'. [Read More]
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Robert De Niro called Donald Trump a "motherf---er" on Monday at the Friars Club tribute to Billy Crystal. [Read More]
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In late October, Robert De Niro—along with a number of other outspoken Donald Trump opponents—was the target of a thwarted bombing attempt when a suspicious package was found at the actor's Manhattan home. But that's not enough to stop De Niro. [Read More]
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Robert De Niro may have been the target of the Donald Trump-supporting pipe bomb mailer, but that isn't stopping the Oscar winner from trashing the president. Just two days after playing Robert Mueller again on "Saturday Night Live," De Niro zinged the commander-in-chief with more verbal zingers. In presenting Billy Crystal with the Friars Club's... [Read More]
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A bevy of celebrities walked the red carpet Monday evening at the Ziegfeld Theater. The Friars Club hosted the start-studded event to honor the one and only Billy Crystal. Crystal received the Club's Entertainment Icon Award; he's only the eighth person in the Club's 114 year history to receive the tribute. The award has been bestowed upon Douglas Fairbanks, Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Tom Cruise, Robert de Niro and Mexican telecommunications giant, Carlos Slim. "It's kind... [Read More]
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Filmmaker Michael Moore was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award, while Won't You Be My Neighbor won the Best Documentary and Best Director categories at the third annual Critics' Choice Documentary Awards, held last night at BRIC in Brooklyn. Robert De Niro presented the award to Moore right before rushing off to appear on SNL, calling him "a true, true American hero … one of the greatest truth- tellers in this country right now." Moore used his acceptance speech to…... [Read More]
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Days after the White House press secretary shared doctored footage to justify restricting a journalist's access, the annual Critics' Choice Documentary Awards took on a more charged tenor than usual. "Remember truth? That little thing that's the foundation of civilization?" Robert De Niro asked wistfully, drawing laughs from the audience who'd gathered at the BRIC... [Read More]
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Entertainment Robert De Niro Shows Up to Help Jeff Sessions Sing Goodbye in 'SNL' Cold Open By Emma Stefansky Published On 11/11/2018 @stefabsky By Emma Stefansky @stefabsky Published On 11/11/2018 Share on Facebook Tweet this article Pin it Email ... [Read More]
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Days after Jeff Sessions' firing from the White House, Kate McKinnon brought out her impersonation one more time on "Saturday Night Live" with the help of Robert De Niro as Robert Mueller.        ... [Read More]
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Robert De Niro returned as Robert Mueller on "SNL" in a cold open to say goodbye to former attorney general Jeff Sessions, played by Kate McKinnon. [Read More]
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Since Donald Trump's presidency began, "Saturday Night Live" has focused on news from the administration for its cold open. This week was no different. But instead of commenting on the midterm elections or President Trump's insulting behavior toward journalists - particularly African-American women - it chose to focus on the resignation of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Sessions retired this past Wednesday at Trump's request. Many believe Trump was angry because Sessions recused himself from "investigations related to the 2016 presidential campaign," led by special counsel Robert Mueller III. In keeping with this season's trend, the sketch didn't... [Read More]
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After Jeff Sessions tendered his resignation as attorney general earlier this week, Kate McKinnon portrayed him for presumably the last time on the Nov. 10 episode of "Saturday Night Live." While post-arrest Alec Baldwin was still absent as Donald Trump, Robert De Niro returned as Robert Mueller to... [Read More]
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Robert De Niro brought back his Robert Mueller impression for a 'Saturday Night Live' send-off for Kate McKinnon's Jeff Sessions impression. [Read More]
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Pete Davidson made fun of newly elected congressman Dan Crenshaw's eye patch last week. Crenshaw stopped by this week to say Davidson "looks like if the meth from Breaking Bad was a person." [Read More]
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"I put kids in cages, I said no to gays. What more did y'all want?" [Read More]
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Despite the midterm vote having taken place earlier this week, there was no question over who Saturday Night Live would mock in their cold opening: ... [Read More]
​Sacking off Sessions​... [Read More]
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Robert De Niro, 75, one of the world's biggest film stars, talks exclusively about his relationship with Al Pacino, his retirement plans and what he thinks about English people and food... [Read More]
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Alec Baldwin's Trump was, unsurprisingly, nowhere to be found. [Read More]
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