President Donald Trump took to Twitter Wednesday morning to speak out on his disapproval of Snoop Dogg's "Lavender" music video, in which the rapper pointing a toy gun at a clown figure dressed to look like the president.

"Can you imagine what the outcry would be if @SnoopDogg, failing career and all, had aimed and fired the gun at President Obama? Jail time!" Trump tweeted.

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In the music video, everyone is dressed as clowns aside from Snoop Dogg. It starts off with actor-comedian Michael Rapaport getting pulled over for a routine traffic stop before he gets shot at by a police officer. The entire incident gets filmed by a bystander, who uploaded the footage to a video sharing website called ClownTube. In addition to the shooting, the video showed TV airing a news conference with the headline that read, "Ronald Klump wants to deport all Doggs," airing live from "The Clown House."

Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, was also not too fond of the music video. He told TMZ that it was “absolutely disgraceful.”

“You know what's really sad is that there is so much more that Snoop can do for this country," Cohen said. "Maybe there are other things he can do to help the inner cities get past the violence, the drugs, and the killings going on instead of showing more killings."

He also said he would have had the same reaction if former President Barack Obama was the one getting shot at.

Sen. Marco Rubio, who ran against Donald Trump in the 2016 election, deemed the video as "dangerous."

"Snoop shouldn't have done that," Rubio told TMZ. "We've had Presidents assassinated before in this country, so anything like that you should be really careful with that, you know?"

"I think people can disagree on policy, but you've got to be really careful with that kind of thing," he added. "The wrong person sees that and gets the wrong idea, you can have a real problem."

In an interview with Billboard, Snoop Dogg said the video was choreographed that way simply because he wasn’t too pleased with the current administration.

"The ban that this motherf–ker tried to put up; him winning the presidency; police being able to kill motherf–kers and get away with it," he said. "It’s a lot of clown s— going on that we could just sit and talk on the phone all day about, but it’s a few issues that we really wanted to lock into [for the video] like police, the president and just life in general."

The video, which was posted Sunday, is a remix of the Canadian group BadBadNotGood song featuring Kaytranada. You can watch it below.