Snoop Dogg: 'I never seen a motherf---er’ like Trump
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Rapper Snoop Dogg says he can't believe anyone like Donald TrumpDonald TrumpWSJ editorial board: 'Purging Liz Cheney for honesty would diminish' GOP DNC gathers opposition research on over 20 potential GOP presidential candidates The Memo: Biden moves into new phase of COVID-19 fight MORE could ever be president.

“How could we have someone as reckless as him running our country?” he asked during a Rolling Stone interview published Wednesday.


“I been around for a long time. I seen Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Bushes, Clintons. And I never seen a motherf---er like him.”

Snoop Dogg posted an Instagram video in July blasting Trump after Republicans nominated him for the presidency at their national convention.

“F--k you n-gga,” he said in the clip, which was set to fellow rapper YG’s song “F--k Donald Trump." "Now I’m on a mission too. We ain’t voting for your punka--. Go get you a new hairdo, b-tch a-- n-gga.”

Snoop Dogg also headlined a party for Democratic donors during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia earlier this summer.

The event was co-hosted by a trio of Democratic super-PACs, Priorities USA, Senate Majority PAC and House Majority PAC.

Snoop Dogg also endorsed Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonPelosi's archbishop calls for Communion to be withheld from public figures supporting abortion rights Hillary Clinton: Biden less 'constrained' than Clinton and Obama due to prior administration Biden's unavoidable foreign policy crisis MORE long before she became the Democratic presidential nominee.

“You know I like to be politically correct, but sometimes I’m politically incorrect,” he said in May 2015 when asked about his presidential pick on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live.”

“But I’ll say that I would love to see a woman in office because I feel like we’re at that stage in life where we need a perspective other than man’s train of thought,” the hip hop artist continued.

“And just to have a woman speaking from a global perspective as far as representing America, I’d love to see that. So I’ll be voting Mrs. Clinton.”

Clinton made history in July by becoming the first woman nominated for the presidency by a major political party.

Several recent polls show a tightening race between her and Trump as they battle for voters ahead of November.

Clinton leads Trump by about 2 percent nationwide, according to the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls.