De Niro eventually did go on to introduce Springsteen, who was being presented with a special Tony Award for his sold-out Broadway show, Springsteen on Broadway, as well as performing "My Hometome" later in the night.
President Donald Trump's, 71, approval ratings may be creeping up these days, but he's still the most hated man on Broadway!
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Apart from this, the two sides formally agreed to undertake a joint project in Afghanistan , pertaining to "capacity building". Gokhale said the meeting had a "very positive forward looking momentum" which was underpinned by spirit of the Wuhan summit.
"Boy, do we need that now".
It's the latest-and certainly the most explicit-example of an entertainer using the microphone at an awards ceremony to express derision for Trump.
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Biggest Losers: "Did you know neither one of us has ever won anything?" admitted Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban, kicking off the Tony Awards with a song "for the people who lose!" which they apparently know a lot about. F*ck Trump." The audience cheered and applauded as he added: "It's no longer down with Trump.
The highlight of the Tony Awards, aside from the heartfelt speeches of the winners, is the performances from each year's nominees.
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Manafort's lawyers would find the hard work of trial preparation even more challenging with their client in jail, Zeidenberg said. The latest charges increase Manafort's legal jeopardy if he continues a battle with prosecutors.
Garfield won best actor in a play for his acclaimed performance in "Angels in America", which also won Nathan Lane his third Tony, as closeted conservative lawyer Roy Cohn, who died of AIDS. She accepted in tears, recounting that when she moved to NY, she was told to change her last name to Matthews or she wouldn't work. But later, students in her drama department surprised the audience by appearing onstage to sing "Seasons of Love" from the musical "Rent". The crowd responded with thunderous applause and a standing ovation. The musical also won Best Revival, Best Choreography, and Best Leading Actress in a Musical, among others.