Robert De Niro delivers anti-Trump tirade at Tony Awards

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4:03 | 06/11/18

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I'd stay awake for a week after that. Another exciting thing is tonys. What a night it was for Broadway at the Tony awards. Robert de Niro taking the stage to introduce Bruce Springsteen's performance but first launch nothing a profanity-laced tirade against the president which we cannot talk about here. But the star still trending for that moment. Magical night for "Harry potter" fans. "Harry potter and the cursed child" taking on the Tony for best new play and sweeping the technical category. But the surprise winner of the night, a less high-profile musical "The band's visit," sweeping at wards show take home ten tonys including best musical. So a big congratulations to them. That's on my list now. I want to see that. One of my favorite, we have a little Leslie Jones news. Comedian/actress Leslie Jones coated on "The $100,000 pyramid" last night. Michael might remember this. During the show, she live tweeted the event adding her own distinctive commentary. That's one way of putting it. Take a listen. What you bring it up for, Michael? He always doing stuff. I just came with you. Just say it was a mystery in the beginning, Mike. Ew. Ew. The reason that was a little spotty, she's notorious for taking her own videos so she's taking a video of her own television, why didn't you give her a clue? It's a mystery seven whi means I can't give you a clue but she is order to wrangle in person. She is so funny, I love her. She makes everybody around her laugh and that's the best medicine you can give anybody so thank you, Leslie. Just follow her Twitter. You don't even have to watch programming because she will live tweet any event. Get rid of your own TV. I shouldn't say that we're on TV right now. And you can catch "The $100 -- $100,000. The $1 pyramid. Nobody is showing up for a dollar. We give them $100,000. It's a better show, it's only $100 and they give you clues, Leslie. But, no, sorry. But that's on Sundays at 9:00, 8:00 central right here on ABC. Oochs. Happy Monday. I couldn't help myself. For my favorite, favorite story right behind that one, finally parents know the importance of bonding with your newborn but what about a new pet? Robin, get on board here. A pet supply company in Norway has the answer, paw-ternity leave. Employees get three paid days off, don't do that noise, Amy, I heard you, to help their pet. The company's CEO says a pet may feel lost in their new home and needs attention and love to build trust. If a pet is left alone too long they find all sorts of things to do. I had a little picture of trixie, once she broke into the recycling. Oh, yep. That could happen to your dog. Ice cream container. Okay, I don't want to talk about my eating habits of days gone by, it was 2007. I was 20 pounds heavier and I don't want to talk about it. Seriously when you think about like skin to skin with a newborn, I would love skin to fur with a new baby. Three days paid. For each pet. Doesn't mean like -- I'm about to go out and adopt 30 dogs. Don't you think it's a good thing. They have like anxiety problems. This story could get dark fast. I hear you. I know it's time to go. But it's about animals today. They're like that. Thank you, Sara. Bring your pet to work day.

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