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Robert De Niro Imagines a Wag the Dog Sequel, Calls Trump a Motherfcker

Prior to John Oliver’s bombshell Q&A with Dustin Hoffman at last night’s screening of Wag the Dog, Robert De Niro, who produced and starred in the film, imagined what a sequel to the 1997 political satire would look like. De Niro envisions that the the follow-up film would draw from ... More »
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