Samuel L. Jackson: Rashida Tlaib Is Correct, Trump Is A “Mother******"

According to Samuel L. Jackson, calling Donald Trump "president" is the problem—not calling him "motherf---er"

Actor Samuel L. Jackson has no problem with Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s use of the word “motherf---er” to describe President Donald Trump — rather, he has a problem with using the term “president.”

From The Hill:

Just hours after being sworn in as a new member of Congress on Thursday, Tlaib took a microphone at an event and told the crowd of supporters that “we’re going to go in and impeach the motherf---er,” referring to the president.

Jackson, who is known for using the phrase in a number of his films, took to Twitter on Sunday night to “wholeheartedly endorse” Tlaib’s choice of language.

Politicians and pundits from both sides of the aisle criticized Tlaib for her use of the word in relation to the president, including Trump himself, who said the lawmaker’s words were “disgraceful” and that she had “dishonored” her family.

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