Radio shock jock Howard Stern was once a close friend of Donald Trump, but he doesn't seem to be happy with the job the president has done in the White House. During his latest broadcast, Stern gave Trump some advice that likely didn't go over well with fans of the commander in chief.

Stern on Trump

For years, the name Howard Stern would cause an instant reaction from fans and critics alike. For supporters, Stern was a man who told it like it was and didn't hold back from pushing the limits.

To critics, he was nothing more than a foul-mouthed shock jock who exploited women and minorities. During the 2016 election, many wondered if Stern would support his old friend Donald Trump, despite being a Democratic, but that wasn't the case. Throughout the primary and general election, Stern backed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and warned against a potential Trump presidency.

After repeatedly speaking out against Donald Trump, questioning why he even wanted to be president in the first place, The Hill reported on March 27 that Stern is doubling down on his criticism. "I was watching the news. They said that the president calls his friends and asks advice," he said on Tuesday. "He's never once called me and asked for advice," Stern added, saying that made him "a little upset."

After discussing the issue with long time radio partner Robin Quivers, Howard Stern decided to offer up some advice to Donald Trump just in case he was listening.

"My advice would be get the f**k out of there, man." "Why do you need that for?" Stern wondered, before adding, "Go back to Mar-a-Lago and hang out." "Just give it over to Pence," Stern concluded.

Moving forward

While Howard Stern and others continue to push back against Donald Trump, the president and his administration are facing a long list of controversies and scandals.

From the ongoing Russian investigation, to allegations of an alleged affair with adult film star Stormy Daniels, to his reckless Twitter behavior and controversial policies, Trump is facing non-stop criticism.

According to the most recent round of polling, Donald Trump's approval rating continues to remain around just 40 percent, putting even more pressure on the Republican Party heading into the upcoming midterm elections.

With Republicans expected to loss many seats in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, it remains to be seen whether or not Trump will head out on the campaign trail or be asked to stay back in Washington.