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Robert De Niro Pushes For Donald Trump's Impeachment: 'He's Such A Low Life'

Robert De Niro has joined the growing list of Hollywood celebrities who have expressed their support in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.

This is far from De Niro's first time publicly shaming the president.

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Who can forget when he slammed Trump at the 2018 Tony Awards?

“I’m going to say one thing, [expletive] Trump,” De Niro told the enthusiastic crowd.

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“It’s no longer ‘Down with Trump.’ It’s [expletive] Trump.”

So, while speaking to Variety at the New York Film Festival premiere of the Netflix film “The Irishman" this past weekend, fans weren't surprised when De Niro expressed his disdain for the president again.

“I hope he gets impeached, it has to be followed through."

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“He’s such a low life… He taints everybody around him," he told the publication.

“It’s disgraceful with this guy,” De Niro continued.

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“He has no center, no ethics, no morals. He’s amoral, immoral.”

De Niro continued his smear campaign against the president while speaking with CNN on Sunday.

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He told the news outlet that Trump has been "much worse than I ever thought, ever."

He called the present political situation a crisis, "and too many people are too gentle and genteel about it. And we're in a crisis situation, period."

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"I don't think he's capable of resigning," De Niro continued.

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"He will say it's rigged or this or that. The day after he was elected, I said, well, give him a chance. You never know. You will see. But he is the — he's worse than I ever could have imagined."

He carried on to say Fox News is responsible for propping up the president.

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"Some of these other pundits on Fox ... I can't believe that they would actually buy into this craziness. This guy is — should not be president, period," De Niro said.

"And this guy just keeps going on and on and on without being stopped."

De Niro joins actor Ashton Kutcher and director Spike Lee in vocalizing their support for the president's impeachment.