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Robert De Niro Says Joe Biden ‘On a Gurney’ Would Be Preferable to Trump

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Robert De Niro expressed strong animosity towards former President Donald Trump in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, stating that he would prefer a physically incapacitated Biden over a second Trump administration.

De Niro also quoted Liz Cheney’s warning about the potential consequences of a Trump presidency and labeled Trump as a “monster” and “beyond dangerous.”

He further criticized Trump’s impact and expressed concern about the public’s reception of Trump’s statements. (Trending: Assault Weapons Ban Set To Take Effect, Here’s What To Know)

“I think that if Biden was on a gurney and couldn’t move anything but his eyes to blink ‘yes’ or ‘no,’ he’s our person,” the DeNiro said.

“There’s no way that he’s not the guy to take Trump down.”

“God forbid he [Trump] did become president — this is a road where, if we go down it, it will be very hard to turn around,” he added.

“As Liz Cheney said, ‘He will not leave.’”

De Niro then labeled Trump a “monster” and “beyond dangerous.”

“Now, if Trump gets elected, the ‘deep state’ and all the things that he says, are things he’s created.”

“It’s all projection from him. What scares me is that people buy what he’s saying. He’s done a lot of damage,” he said.

This aligns with his previous comments denouncing Trump supporters for allegedly turning their backs on democracy.

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