Those at the awards show tweeted that the actor twice dropped the F-bomb and others posted uncensored audio from an alternate feed.
De Niro, who was once very tight-lipped on his political views and feelings, has burst out of his shell during the Trump era.
With their winking, witty opening number entitled "This Is for the People Who Lose", hosts Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles kicked off the 72nd annual Tony Awards with the mix of showmanship, self-deprecating humor, and good-natured egalitarianism that would continue throughout the night. After getting a standing ovation, he doubled down on the sentiment, saying, "It's no longer 'Down with Trump, ' it's 'F*** Trump'".
Glenda Jackson, whose performance in Edward Albee's "Three Tall Women" should not be missed, won the Tony for Best Actress in a Play. But viewers at home didn't hear the expletive thanks to the 10-second delay CBS had on the live telecast and the quick reflexes of a CBS Program Practices executive monitoring the show back at the CBS Broadcast Center in NY.
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"Angels in America", playwright Tony Kushner's 1993 epic about the AIDS epidemic, won the award for best revival of a play for the 2018 iteration starring Andrew Garfield.
Most Famous Goat: Once On This Island won best musical revival, meaning that its resident goat is now the most famous goat on Broadway.
Andrew Garfield, who won best performance by an actor in a leading role in a play for Angels in America, also spoke out against Trump in the press room. Members of Herzfeld's drama department took the Tony stage to serenade her with Seasons of Love from Rent.
Mean Girls, nominated for 12 Tony Awards this year, got things started with two of its show-stopping numbers, "Where Do You Belong" and "Meet the Plastics".