President Trump lashes out at ‘punch-drunk’ Robert De Niro after actor’s Tony Awards curse

The long flight back from Singapore gave President Trump a lot of time to settle all ratings, including with Robert De Niro.

"It's not 'down with Trump,'" he stated. "It's f-- k Trump."

The President, naturally, did not appreciate the insult.

"Robert De Niro, a really Low IQ person, has actually gotten (too) numerous shots to the head by genuine fighters in movies. I enjoyed him last night and really think he may be 'punch-drunk,'" Trump tweeted around 5 p.m. Tuesday on his method back from his top with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

"I guess he doesn't recognize the economy is the finest it's ever been with work being at a perpetuity high, and numerous business putting back into our country. Awaken Punchy!"

Simply days after the election, De Niro said he wished to "punch (Trump) in the face," although the then-President-elect never ever acknowledged that comment.The Oscar-winning"Raging Bull"star has actually also called the President select names consisting of" f-- king moron "and"baby in chief. "De Niro's speech, which received a standing ovation

from the audience at the Tonys, drew criticism from conservative pundits, consisting of Fox News host Laura Ingraham, who called it a"'celebutainment'present to the GOP"and the President in a tweet shortly after the show Sunday.

"This is where they are. The elites on the left desire this president to stop working," she stated later on Fox News. "To hell with nuclear war. If you need to have nuclear war to obtain Trump to stop working, I believe half of them are OKAY with that. I'm not exaggerating."

Greg Gutfeld, another Fox News host, compared the actor to an "senior, confused male who went missing in New york city."

"The Resistance is minimized to praising tantrums," he stated Monday. "Who knew De Niro's enduring function would be an unimportant gasbag pleasing irrelevant peers."

An associate for De Niro did not instantly return an ask for remark.