It's fuck Trump. In these perilous times, you rock the vote, always fighting for truth, transparency and integrity in government.
It's unclear if Trump thinks De Niro had a role in Punch-Drunk Love since he used quotes, but, just to clarify, De Niro did not.
Man holds two people hostage in Paris
The suspect reportedly doused two of the hostages with gasoline after the one managed to escape. There were no immediate details on the age, appearance or nationality of the hostage taker.
President Trump defended himself against De Niro's attack by praising the economy under his watch.
At Sunday's Tony Awards, Robert De Niro was tasked with introducing Bruce Springsteen's performance of "My Hometown", but he used his moment on stage to make a quick political statement. De Niro, who's been cameoing as Robert Mueller on Saturday Night Live, was in Toronto today to open his new restaurant with celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Canadian Nobu. "He talks about how he wants to punch people in the face, well, I'd like to punch him in the face" - so the two men aren't exactly close friends. Trump called Trudeau "meek" and "dishonest" for saying, after Trump left early, that he would impose retaliatory tariffs on the U.S.in response to tariffs Trump slapped on Canada.
Democrats compete in Virginia's 10th Congressional District primary
In a year in which a record number of women are running for office, there are notable races featuring female candidates. Six candidates are vying to take on Comstock, including several who have successfully raised more than $1 million.
Find Trump's tweet and De Niro's latest comments below.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday to reciprocate a war of words with the actor Robert De Niro, after De Niro chastised Trump in multiple public appearances in the past few days. "Wake up Punchy!" The President tweeted while on Air Force One, as he flies back to the United States following his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Yahoo fined £250,000 for hack that impacted 515,000 United Kingdom accounts
Mr Dipple-Johnstone added: "Cyber attacks will happen, that's just a fact, and we fully accept that they are a criminal act". Although the data breach took place in 2014, Yahoo kept the loss of around 500 million worldwide users quiet until 2016.