Heading into Election Day, reporters went into the archives of "The Howard Stern Show" and highlighted some controversial comments from previous interviews with Donald Trump. While the radio star still considers Trump a friend, he isn't too fond of his presidency, and warns against his time in office.

Stern on Trump

For decades, Howard Stern has been one of the most controversial names in radio, but also the most successful. Whether people like him or hate him, Stern, known as "The King of all Media," has created a brand that revolutionized the business.

Often known for his radio bits and interviews that involve a heavy sexual theme, Stern would have Donald Trump as a guest at times, while digging up dirt on the former host of "The Apprentice." With Trump completing his first two weeks in the White House, backlash has quickly followed, resulting in constant controversy. As reported by CNN on February 2, the radio host is speaking out about Trump and what it means for his mental health in the future.

"I personally wish that he had never run," Howard Stern said during his Wednesday radio broadcast on Sirus XM, admitting that he actually told that to Donald Trump during a recent conversation. "This is something that is gonna be detrimental to his mental health," Stern predicted, explaining that Trump "wants to be liked, he wants to be loved." Not stopping there, the radio legend doubled down, stating, "I don't think it's going to be a healthy experience."

Continuing, Howard Stern called Donald Trump out for his apparent hypocrisy against Hollywood.

"By the way, he's now on this anti-Hollywood kick. He loves Hollywood," Stern pointed out, noting that the billionaire real estate mogul "loves the press." "He lives for it. He loves people in Hollywood," Stern said, also noting, "He only wants to hobnob with them."

Stern continues

Howard Stern said he was "shocked" that Donald Trump even ran for president in the first place, while noting that he was stunned that "people took it seriously." He also cited Trump's history of being "pro-abortion," saying that his new change in politics is just to pander to the far right.

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In conclusion, the shock-jock went on to say that the new commander in chief doesn't even want to be president, and that he hopes he can still "hand it over to Hillary." "He's pissed he won. He still wants Hillary Clinton to win," Stern said, adding, "He's so f**king pissed." As of press time, neither the White House, nor Trump himself, have commented on Stern's remarks.