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Robert De Niro has never been quiet about his hatred for US President Donald Trump, having previously referred to him as a 'fake president', a 'gangster president' and 'crazy' - among many other digs.
But now the beef has grown particularly interesting, as it turns out De Niro has recently been fantasising about landing a huge bag of faecal matter into Trump's face.
Fresh off the back of Trump's impeachment scandal, De Niro took the chance for yet another swipe when he appeared on the Rumble With Michael Moore podcast.
The 73-year-old said: "I'd like to see a bag of s*** right in his face - hit him right in the face like that and let the picture go all over the world. And that would be the most humiliating thing because he needs to be humiliated.
"He needs to be confronted and humiliated by whoever his opponent is, his political opponent. They have to stand up to him. They don't have to do it in an obvious physical way, but they have to have the formidability to confront him and to put him in his place, because the people have to see that, to see him be humiliated."
Explaining he's rethought one of his pet names for Trump, De Niro continued: "I always say 'low life' because he's a low life. He's not a pig.
"I used to call him a pig, but pigs have dignity. He has no dignity, no nothing. He's a disgrace to the human race, if you will. I don't want to call them names. I just want to get us out of this situation. We all know what he is. It's just getting past that."
The US Congress voted to impeach President Trump earlier this week, meaning he is now due to face a trial in the Senate.
The third US president to be impeached, Trump has been facing allegations of 'multiple federal crimes' after he spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and asked for an investigation into Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden as well as a now-debunked conspiracy theory about the 2016 election.
A whistleblower leaked details about the call and then the transcripts were made public, leading to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi launching an inquiry back in September.
Trump has also been accused of withholding military aid to Ukraine for his own 'personal political gain', according to NPR.
He was eventually impeached on Wednesday by Pelosi, having had two articles of impeachment moved against him.
The vote on the first article, which is abuse of power, came back with a green light for impeachment, with 230 votes for and 197 against.
A vote on the second article of impeachment, which is obstruction of Congress, also came back thumbs up, with 229 votes for and 198 against.
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