With "great vengeance and furious anger", "Pulp Fiction" actor Samuel L. Jackson endorsed newly minted Rep. Rashida Tlaib's remark that she was going to Washington to impeach the "motherf-ker." "We have a course that we have to stick to, and nothing I say should distract us from that".
Less than a week after the comments were made, Tlaib, the newly sworn-in Democratic lawmaker from MI, described the situation as having been a learning experience, NBC News reported.
When asked by reporters about her vulgar comment that put her in the spotlight, Tlaib said that she's "a person that's authenticly me". "I do apologize for the use of my words distracting us". "And that's the only thing I will apologize for, is that it was a distraction", she continued.
Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) says President Donald Trump is pushing a manufactured crisis with all of his recent talking points over illegal immigration and border security.
Tlaib on Tuesday also defended "a right to be this passionate, this upset", according to NBC.
Although Trump has insulted people numerous times and has also used foul language in his speeches, he called the comments "disgraceful". "Bullies don't win.' And I say, 'Baby, they don't.' Because we're gonna go in there and we're gonna impeach the mother***er", in reference to Trump, who replied: "How can you begin with impeaching a president who may have won the greatest elections in the USA history, made no mistake, and scored the best performance in the first two years compared to all other presidents?"