Warning – Language: Notorious Potty-Mouthed Samuel L. Jackson Tells Obama To Be “F***ing Presidential”

Samuel L Jackson, famed for his R-rated rant urging USA to re-elect the 44th POTUS, has criticised Barack Obama for “dumbing down” the way he speaks and has urged him to “be f***ing presidential“.

“I’ll take that. Somebody needs to be. I mean, we have newscasters who don’t even know how to conjugate verbs... how the f*** did we become a society where mediocrity is acceptable?”

“…we have newscasters who don’t even know how to conjugate verbs… how the f*** did we become a society where mediocrity is acceptable?”

Jackson questioned the US president for changing his speech and dropping the “g’s at the end of his words“.

The Django Unchained star said: “First of all, we know it ain’t because of his blackness, so I say stop trying to relate.

“Be a leader. Be f***ing presidential. Look, I grew up in a society where I could say, ‘It ain’t‘ or ‘What it be‘ to my friends.

Attention: Just a heads up! There is some vulgar language in this video, but not too much. No more than in the movies.

Attention: Just a heads up! There is some vulgar language in this video, but not too much. No more than in the movies.

But when I’m out presenting myself to the world as me, who graduated from college, who had family who cared about me, who has a well-read background, I f***ing conjugate.”

Jackson, 64, also said the president was trying too hard to "relate" to normal people instead of being true to who he really is and said that educated men like the president who actively try to speak less correctly encourage mediocrity.

Jackson, 64, also said the president was trying too hard to “relate” to normal people instead of being true to who he really is and said that educated men like the president who actively try to speak less correctly encourage mediocrity.

Obama, who studied at Harvard, has been criticised in the past for being elitist and for not understanding the average American.

Despite his harsh words, which were made in an interview with Playboy magazine, the Pulp Fiction actor is an Obama supporter having backed the president in the 2008 and 2012 elections. {ORIGINAL DATA VIA Melissa Allison-Forbes, The Voice (UK)}

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