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Robert De Niro slams US President Trump, calls him a 'dirty player'

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Robert De Niro slams US President Trump, calls him a 'dirty player'Washington D.C. [USA], Oct 12 (ANI): After pop icon Rihanna, legendary actor Robert De Niro took a jab at US President Donald Trump addressing him as a "dirty player" attempting to harm institutions in order to "save himself".
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