Robert De Niro apologizes - to Canadians for the ‘idiotic behavior of my president’

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When Robert De Niro stepped up to the microphone at an event in Toronto on Monday morning, he had a few more choice words to say about President Trump. But unlike the expletive-filled rant that earned him a standing ovation at the Tony Awards less than 24 hours earlier, the Oscar-winning actor instead took a PG approach, apologizing to Canadians for Trump’s “idiotic behavior.”


“I just want to make a note of apology for the idiotic behavior of my president,” De Niro said, his comment prompting cheers from the crowd. The actor was attending a groundbreaking ceremony for a new development in downtown Toronto along with celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reported. De Niro is a co-owner of the Nobu restaurant business.

“我想为总统的愚蠢行为道歉,”德尼罗说,这立马引起了现场的热烈掌声。据加拿大广播公司(Canadian Broadcasting Corp.)报道,该演员正与多伦多市中心的名厨Nobu Matsuhisa一起,在参加多伦多市中心新开发项目的奠基仪式。 De Niro是Nobu餐厅业务的合伙人。

After the applause subsided, De Niro reiterated his apology, this time focusing on Canada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, and “the other people” at the Group of Seven summit that took place last weekend. “It’s a disgrace,” he said in reference to Trump’s recent behavior. “It’s disgusting.”


During a news conference Sunday when Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland was asked about Navarro’s comments, she responded saying, “Canada does not believe that ad hominem attacks are a particularly appropriate or useful way to conduct our relations with other countries.”