Trump-hating actor Johnny Depp used an appearance at the UK music festival Glastonbury to take another stab at the president he loathes on Thursday.
Appearing on stage to introduce a screening of his film The Libertine, Depp asked a crowd of party-goers: "When was the last time an actor assassinated a president?"
They cheered in response, their enthusiasm seeming to surprise the 54-year-old who shrugged as they applauded him, the Daily Mail reported.
Launching his attack on the president, Depp said: "Can we bring Trump here? I think he needs help," he said, attracting boos.
Then, almost under his breath, he said: "This is going to be in the press and it'll be horrible but I like that you're all a part of it," before making his assassination remark.
A video of his comments was shared online by music magazine NME .
It is not the first time the Pirates of the Caribbean star has shared his public distaste for Trump.
Earlier in the year, he suggested that Trump was so unpopular and disliked that he threatened to stamp out the presidency.
In May, he offered to carry on Alec Baldwin's beloved Saturday Night Live impersonation of the president should he stop performing it.
He concocted his own Trump impersonation in a 2016 Funny or Die sketch.
Thursday's remark carried the same dangerous tone of a photo-shoot in which comedian Kathy Griffin participated last month.
In a video from it, the flame-haired starlet appeared expressionless and holding up a fake version of the president's head, smeared in blood.
The stunt caused widespread outrage and fallout. Griffin was fired from her New Year's Eve hosting gig on CNN an the Trumps lashed out at her personally, claiming she'd frightened the president's 11-year-old son Barron who saw the image on television and thought his father had been killed.
She made a tearful apology for it at a press conference later. It also comes after a shooting at a Republican congressional baseball practice last week which injured five people including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise who remains in hospital.
The men were targeted as they practiced batting for a charity match at an early morning practice session by disgruntled Democrat James T. Hodgkinson.
Hodgkinson, 66, asked them if they were Republican before opening fire. He died of his injuries in hospital after being shot by hero Capitol Police officers.
It is Depp's first visit to the music festival in England's Somerset countryside. He was called in to kick-off its first ever film festival which precedes the weekend's music.
As part of it, party-goers at the Somerset farm where the festival is held packed into retro cars to watch movies outdoors.
It was the first time he had ever been to the event which draws stars, including Hollywood names, every year.
He welcomed the invitation and atmosphere, describing the scene as "beautiful chaotic madness."
Depp is in the midst of a legal battle with his former management who he has accused of mismanaging his money.
Court documents from that case have exposed how business managers tried to meet with him to help him organise his finances and rein in on big spending several years ago. He offered to sell his possessions to satisfy them but one concession he refused to make was his private plane.
In a desperate email, Depp wrote: "I am doing my very best on holiday spending but there is only so much I can do as I need to give my kiddies and famille as good a Christmas as possible, obviously within reason.
"Regarding the plane situation, I don't have all that many options at the moment. A commercial flight with paparazzis in tow would be a f***** nightmare of monumental proportions."
He went on to explain how he planned to get paid $20 million for The Tourist, $35 million for the fourth installment of Pirates of the Caribbean and another $20 million for Dark Shadows.
It was the first "proper pay check'" he had received since starring in Public Enemies in 2009, he wrote.
Desperate to rectify his seemingly hemorrhaging accounts, he wrote: "What else can I do??? you want me to sell some art? I will. you want me to sell something else??? sure... what??? boat is going to be chartered at new years [sic] and Sony will then charter it for the TOURIST shoot in Venice. Other than that, I got bikes, cars, property, books, paintings and some semblence [sic] of a soul left. Where would you like me to start???"
Depp's divorce from Amber Heard was finalised earlier this year. It was a bitter, public fight which involved accusations of domestic abuse and addiction.