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De Niro predicts abusive Trump tweets at New York rally

Robert De Niro hit out at Donald Trump's celebrity Twitter spats by predicting the abuse he would receive for appearing at a celebrity-led rally against the US president-elect in New York.

The actor, who regularly condemned Trump's presidential campaign, told a crowd of protesters: "I want to read a few tweets to you. I know you haven't heard them because they won't be sent until later - in the middle of the night."

The seven-time Academy Award winner said he expected to be condemned for a "disaster" career boosted by "rigged Oscars" and revealed which political figure Trump would consider the real "Raging Bull".

Earlier this month Trump labelled Meryl Streep "one of the most over-rated actresses" in Hollywood in a late night tweet after she criticised him at the Golden Globes.

Cher urges protests against 'crazy' Trump movement

Cher has urged Americans to protest against Donald Trump's inauguration and the movement of "craziness" in Washington DC.

The actress and singer was among several famous figures to appear at an anti-Trump rally in front of the Trump International Hotel and Tower in New York that saw scuffles break out between protesters and police.

"It was a little bit scary but it was great," Cher said.

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