‘It was disgusting what you did Mr. De Niro’: Trump-loving Goonies villain demands ‘decorum’
Robert De Niro and Robert Davi, composite image.

One of Hollywood's leading conservatives lashed out at Academy Award winning actor Robert De Niro -- who receiving a standing ovation for dropping the F-bomb on President Donald Trump at the Tony Awards.


“I’m gonna say one thing: f*ck Trump,” De Niro said during ceremony, which was broadcast live on CBS. “It’s no longer down with Trump. It’s f*ck Trump.”

Fellow actor Robert Davi, best known for his portrayal of the opera-singing villain Jake Fratelli in the iconic 1985 movie Goonies, scolded De Niro when TMZ caught up with him at Los Angeles International Airport.

TMZ asked for reaction from Davi while he was standing in luggage claim. The actor, who was indoors, put on sunglasses before answering the question.

"I think it was disgusting," Davi argued. "It was disgusting, he shouldn't have done it, it wasn't the place for it."

"No matter how you feel about the presidential candidate, this is still America and we should at least respect, and have a certain decorum," he continued.

"I think it was disgusting what you did Mr. De Niro," he said, directly into the camera.

"I respect you as an actor but it was disgusting what you did -- everyone who stood up," he added.

Davi, who is also a columnist for the right-wing website Breitbart, endorsed Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign, making Fortune magazine's list of the "D-List celebrities endorsing Donald Trump."

De Niro's speech introducing Bruce Springsteen at the Tony Awards was not the first time the actor has directed the F-bomb at the commander-in-chief.

In January, while introducing Meryl Streep at the National Board of Review gala, De Niro also took a moment to publicly state his views on Trump.

“Today, the world is suffering from the real Donald Trump. Come on. You know? What are we talking about? This f*cking idiot is the president," De Niro argued. "It’s the Emperor’s New Clothes—the guy is a f*cking fool.”

While De Niro was introducing Streep, he also said that he refers to Trump as the "jerkoff-in-chief."

Watch TMZ's interview with Robert Davi: