The New York Governor shared video appeals from actors Robert De Niro, Danny DeVito and Ben Stiller on Twitter.
The comedian and podcast host spoke to Newsweek about how some of his newest material is meant to ease the anxiety that so many people have about the state of the world.
The frequent Trump critic did not name the president but sent a clear message to the White House.
Jeffrey Lord told Sean Hannity that "people out in America see this, shake their heads and they are disgusted" when they hear the actor criticize Trump.
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During an interview, MSNBC host Joy Reid asked the two-time Academy Award winner what his thoughts were pertaining to the ongoing impeachment inquiry into the president.
The 76-year-old actor also said the president has blood on his hands for the crimes committed by supporters who were inspired by his rhetoric.
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The woman, Graham Chase Robinson, is alleging that De Niro fostered a "hostile work environment" and committed overt acts of harassment against her.
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Actor Robert De Niro lashed out against President Donald Trump as a "gangster" and responded to criticism from Fox News figures with the F-word.
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Chase Robinson is accused by Canal Production of abusing expense accounts and wasting time during office hours.
The actor, who plays special counsel Robert Mueller in "Saturday Night Live" sketches, called on the prosecutor to speak publicly to Congress about his report.
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The actor received a standing ovation following his latest condemnation of the president.
"If he walked into a restaurant I was in, I'd walk out," De Niro said.
The president became a cautionary tale for De Niro's rapt audience.
The actor said that the Trump administration had taken a "shameful" stance on climate change.
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