Donald Trump is ‘totally nuts,’ says Robert de Niro


SARAJEVO U.S. actor and writer Robert De Niro pronounced on Saturday that U.S. Republican presidential claimant Donald Trump should not run for boss since he was “totally nuts”.

Trump, a billionaire businessman seeking his initial open office, has courted debate with a fibre of inflammatory statements about his categorical competition Hillary Clinton, guns, Mexicans, Muslims and fight veterans, among others.

De Niro done a comments to a Sarajevo assembly as he presented a digital chronicle of Martin Scorsese’s film “Taxi Driver”, in that he starred, to symbol a 40th anniversary.

“I don’t know, it’s crazy that people like Donald Trump …, he shouldn’t even be where he is, so God assistance us,” De Niro pronounced to far-reaching acclaim in a Sarajevo National Theater.

“What he’s been observant is unequivocally totally crazy, absurd … he is totally nuts.”

“But we consider now they are unequivocally starting to pull back, a media … finally they are starting to say: Come on Donald, this is ridiculous, this is nuts, this is insane,” De Niro said.

Trump has blamed U.S. news media of holding many his comments out of context.

On Friday night, a 73-year-old actor non-stop a 22nd Sarajevo Film Festival, that was founded as an act of rebuttal towards a finish of a city’s 1992-1995 encircle during a Bosnian war, and was respected with a lifetime feat endowment for his grant to film.

“I will value this endowment — my Heart of Sarajevo — since we don’t consider there is another city in a universe that has shown such heart in a face of so most tragedy,” De Niro pronounced during a ceremony.

(Reporting by Daria Sito-Sucic; Editing by Tom Heneghan)


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