Jim Carrey might have received backlash for his portraits of Mark Zuckerberg and White House Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders, but that didn't stop him from wanting to create more.

Carrey's First Smithsonian Submission

On Thursday, March 29, the actor unveiled his latest drawing, which this time is of President Donald Trump. In the new painting, Trump could be seen sitting in a bathrobe, pleasuring himself as he touches his right nipple and enjoys a bowl of ice cream, which resembles a woman's breast.

Carrey shared the portrait on Twitter and asked the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery if he could make an early submission and claim the image as the official portrait of the 45th President.

"Dear Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery @NPG, I know it's early but I'd like to submit this as the official portrait of our 45th President, Donald J. Trump. It's called, 'You Scream. I Scream. Will We Ever Stop Screaming?' the comedian wrote.

The new portrait of Trump might be one Carrey's first submissions to the Smithsonian, but it isn't the first time the screenwriter painted the president.

Earlier this month, the Ace Ventura star shared a drawing of Trump calling him the Wicked Witch of the West as he appears green-faced and flying monkeys swarm around him.

Carrey Wants Everyone To #RegulateFacebook

Carrey's painting of Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg also sparked controversy as it was reportedly a response to Facebook's latest error.

As previously reported, it was discovered that the social media network unknowingly shared information of 50 million users with political research firm Cambridge Analytica, which was a company that worked for President Trump during his presidential campaign.

The incident was presumed to lead Carrey to ask those that use Facebook to regulate the network.

"Who are you sharing your life with? #regulatefacebook" the 56-year-old labeled the image.