"Good triumphs over evil, light triumphs over darkness, it's that simple," De Niro told CNN on Wednesday, while promoting the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival. De Niro was among those targeted by Cesar Sayoc, a Florida man who admitted to sending 16 pipe bombs to individuals and organizations he viewed as critical of President Trump. Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, Sens. Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, other high-profile Democrats and CNN's New York and Atlanta offices were also sent pipe bombs from Sayoc.None of the devices detonated and no one was injured. Sayoc pleaded guilty last month to 65 felony counts, including using weapons of mass destruction in an attempted domestic terrorist attack, interstate transport of explosives and illegal mailing of explosives with the intent to kill or injure. Sayoc wrote a two page letter to US District Court Judge Jed Rakoff stating that, "The intention was to only intimidate & scare," and that the pipe bombs were "not ever meant to work.""There are people out there who just don't get it and they don't have a higher interest, if you will, in the betterment of the country even," De Niro said in reference to Sayoc. "It's just about them and they're a minority and they're dangerous and they're given a voice and everybody is entitled to have a voice but not when it's a voice like that. I'm sorry, then youRead More – Source

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