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The actor warned viewers that if older people like him catch COVID-19, they could be goners.
The "Irishman" star talked about the "dire situation" our country is in, calling out the president without mentioning his name in his Life Achievement Award speech.
The filmmaker tweeted a picture of the two stars at a Golden Globes after-party.
The actor was favored to win for his powerhouse portrayal of the supervillain despite backlash over the billion-dollar film.
"The Irishman" actor said Trump needs to be "humiliated" in his first-ever podcast interview with documentary filmmaker Michael Moore.
The president is a "lowlife, and he knows he's a lowlife," the actor said on "The View."
“You don’t know what’s going to happen next," "The Irishman" star told "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert.
"The Irishman" star railed against the Fox News founder and President Donald Trump in a new interview.
The 22nd Amendment bars a president from serving more than two terms, but "The Irishman" star is nevertheless worried.
The actor said he "can't wait" to see the occupant of the White House behind bars.
The actor recalled an awkward moment at a movie premiere with his fellow film legend.
“This guy should not be president, period," he said on CNN. "This guy is like a gangster."
Director Todd Phillips' origins tale shows how a clunky comic found his criminal calling.
The gangster epic reunites the director with "Goodfellas" stars Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci.
The Emmy-nominated actor said he has more experience playing Mueller publicly than Mueller has.
"If you're listening, we will hold you accountable," Robert De Niro, Martin Sheen and Stephen King say in a new video produced by Rob Reiner.
Their conclusion should "trouble us all," said the actor.
"You said that your investigation’s work ‘speaks for itself.’ It doesn’t," the actor wrote in The New York Times.
The conservative actor claimed Trump is "battling the left and their absurd words of destruction.”
The acting legend says this idea "would make us all really happy."