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Robert De Niro made headlines on TODAY last week when an interview about the Tribeca Film Festival turned into a broader discussion about the anti-vaccine documentary “Vaxxed” and the claim that autism is linked to vaccines, which has been widely discredited by the medical community. TODAY’s Al Roker spoke to De Niro talk about the infamous interview, and the actor says he still has “mixed feelings” on the contentious topic.