Samuel L. Jackson calls President Trump a “muthaf***a” while weighing in on the gun debate

NATIONAL HARBOR, MD - FEBRUARY 23: U.S. President Donald Trump addresses the Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center February 23, 2018 in National Harbor, MD. This was Trump's second year in a row addressing CPAC, the largest convention of political conservatives in the country. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images); NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 18: Samuel L. Jackson attends the American Theatre Wing Centennial Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street on Septembe (Photo by Jemal Countess/Getty Images for American Theatre Wing)

Videos by Rare

Videos by Rare

Samuel L. Jackson criticized President Trump after the Valentine’s Day shooting death of 17 students and faculty at a Florida high school prompted the president to join several gun rights activists in calling for teachers to be armed in the classroom.

During a listening session with those affected by school shootings, Trump expressed a desire to discuss and explore the idea of arming teachers. While many have taken this to mean some kind of mandatory program for teachers to carry, gun advocates have since explained that the suggestion would entail removing barriers for those who wished to carry in the classroom.

Still, Jackson made his thoughts on such a policy known loud and clear.

“Can someone that’s been in a Gunfight tell that Muthaf***a that’s Never been in a Gunfight, the flaws of his Arm The Teachers plan??!!” he tweeted.

While Jackson and many others have criticized the idea of allowing armed teachers into the classroom, others have begun preparations just in case.

“I believe that school teachers should be taught how to deal with guns, when guns come to the classroom,” he said. “What guns can do when they come to the classroom, and if the school boards want to give the authority to teachers to be armed. The school boards can do that, they have the authority to do it, but I’m going to do my part, and I assume I’m probably the only one in the state of Ohio that’s doing that – but something has to happen.”

As The Hill pointed out, this is not the first time Jackson and Trump have engaged each other in a Twitter war of words.

RELATED: Florida school shooting survivor blasts the media for ignoring the “conservative side” of the gun debate

What do you think?

David Hogg Florida high school shooting boycott

Florida high school shooting survivor’s idea could cost his state of Florida a lot of money

Larry King is back, and he’s out to slam the NRA as a “menace to America”