Veteran Hollywood actor Samuel L. Jackson said in a wide-ranging interview released this week that President Donald Trump’s campaign slogan is “trip in memory hell.”
As part of The Hollywood Reporter’s expose on how Samuel L. Jackson, 70, became one of the most financially lucrative actors, the star spoke of his radical political views in his younger years and suggests the president’s “Make America Great Again” slogan — touted regularly by the president and other top Republicans ( and Bill Clinton) — evoked anger and past resentment.
Jackson has taken to social media to criticize President Trump and his administration, having described the president as a “Muthafukka” “hemorrhoid,” and “busted condom.”
The Snakes on a Plane star has even alleged that President Trump once cheated him during a round of golf together, prompting a denial from the president that they even stepped foot on the links together.
However, some of Jackson’s anti-Trump rants have landed him in hot water with fans and critics, alike. In June, the A-lister was met with blowback for dedicating a tweet to the president for his birthday, which included gay-shaming sentiments.
Jackson made headlines this week for praising Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s (D-MI) profane pledge to impeachment President Trump in a viral rant. Referencing the president, Tlaib vowed to “impeach the motherfucker” while speaking before activists at a reception held by the progressive advocacy group MoveOn.org.
“I just wanna Wholeheartedly endorse your use of & clarity of purpose when declaring your Motherfucking goal last week,” Jackson tweeted at the freshman congresswoman. “Calling that Muthafukkah a Motherfucker is not an issue,calling that Muthaffuqah President Is!!!”
Samuel L. Jackson concluded his tweet with the hashtag: “#motherfuckeristoogoodtowasteonthatcankersore”