In the video released Monday -- which features a remix of a song by group BadBadNotGood -- Snoop points a prop gun loaded with confetti at a clown-faced man dressed up to resemble the president.
The full video features a take on the world today with everyone from the police to normal residents wearing clown paint on their faces. It also shows satire reenactments of police shooting civilians with other prop guns firing confetti, not bullets.
Toward the end of the video, Snoop holds a gun up to the caricature of Trump's head and pulls the trigger, only to have a "bang" flag come out of the pistol.
TMZ also spoke to fellow rappers Ice-T and Treach, who called the video "artistic" and pointed out that no one died in the video.
A request for comment from Snoop Dogg's rep was not immediately returned to ABC News.