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D’OH CANADA: Former Prime Minister Calls Trump A ‘Motherf**ker’

Former Canadian prime minister Kim Campbell on Saturday called President Trump a “motherf**ker,” then claimed she kinda’ didn’t (Hint: She did).

Campbell, who was PM for about four months in 1993, used the same expletive as a newly sworn-in Democratic congresswoman, who said she wants to “impeach the motherf**ker!”

In a post on Twitter, Campbell embedded a tweet from Politico about a “safety net” for workers in the federal government, which has been partially shut down since December 22. Above that post she typed: “He really IS a motherf**ker!”

Then she claimed “the obscenity is in the embedded tweet!” It wasn’t.

Campbell’s profane outburst followed one from Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), who was seen in a video telling supporters that Democrats are going to “Impeach the motherf**ker!”

Newly anointed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi refused to condemn the profanity, saying she didn’t like the language but adding she wouldn’t censor her colleagues. Trump, meanwhile, called Tlaib’s language “disgraceful” and said he thought that was “a great dishonor to her and to her family,”

Campbell’s post was not received well on Twitter — nor was her excuse.