During the explicit four and a half minute rap, the Stan singer described the president as a "kamikaze that will probably cause a nuclear holocaust".
During yesterday's edition of "Washington Watch", Perkins discussed a freestyle acapella rap released by hip-hop artist Marshall Mathers, who uses the name Eminem while performing, that was critical of President Trump.
Over night stay in the Network, the number of video views is approaching seven million. He then likened Eminem to 60's R&B singer Marvin Gaye and gospel singers during the 1950's Civil Rights movement.
Many fans are already struggling with the choice online - a clear sign Eminem's ultimatum worked.
"He gets an enormous reaction when he attacks the National Football League, so we focus on that instead of talking Puerto Rico or gun reform for Nevada", Eminem raps. A more important question is this: Will Donald Trump respond via tweet?
This section appears to criticise the Republican Party's failure to denounce Donald Trump, especially after his controversial argument that "both sides" were at fault for white supremacist violence in Charlottesville this August.