Constance Hall would "love to abuse" Donald Trump but she says he's too far gone to bother.
The controversial Australian mum blogger sat down with Kiwi singer and TV host Anika Moa on her show, All Talk with Anika Moa, for an in-depth chat.
Hall, known for her no-BS stance on childbirth, relationships and raising children, shared the process of creating her book, Like A Queen, ahead of its release.
But the conversation soon turned to recently elected US president Trump when an audience member asked Hall would she would want to say to him in person.
"Why didn't I think of that in my questions?" Moa exclaimed before Hall gave her response.
"He's so far gone," Hall said, comparing Trump to a nasty internet troll. "You've just got to pray that people will stop listening."
Later Hall said she would love to "abuse" Trump about his misogynist political views.
"I would love to abuse him and tell him about the abortion c**p that he's talking about and how unfair and stupid it is. But I feel like that's nothing he's never heard before," she said.
"I feel like I couldn't say anything more eloquently than all the other beautiful courageous people who stand in front of him and say. So I'd prefer to just turn my back on him and tell him I've gone nothing to say to him at all ."
Hall also admitted to Moa that she felt at home in New Zealand and she even got her "tits out" backstage in the makeup room.
"I feel like was born into the wrong culture all of a sudden, after spending time in the makeup room with all those women, I was like, 'Oh my god, I need to be here all the time'".
Later in the episode, Moa shocked Hall when she revealed she had gotten a tattoo of a crown done in her honour.
Moa showed off the tattoo in a cheeky fashion, by yelling: "Hey Constance, f*** you" and flipping Hall off.
Hall looked confused momentarily before screaming with excitement when she realised that a small crown image was tattooed on the inside of Moa's middle finger.
Hall herself has a crown tattoo on her middle finger and other women have followed suit to "remind themselves that they're queens".
"Being a Queen is not only a commitment to support the s*** out of other Queens but also one to yourself. To recognise your inner rad b**** and never stop loving her," Hall wrote alongside an Instagram post of her crown tattoo.