Kardashian's fellow Celebrity Apprentice veterans NeNe Leakes, Clay Aiken and Lisa Lampanelli also weighed in with their feelings on Trump's presidential bid

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Khloé Kardashian has revealed her real feelings about Donald Trump and her 2009 appearance Celebrity Apprentice.

“I didn’t care to do Celebrity Apprentice,” Kardashian, 32, said during an appearance on Chelsea Handler‘s Netflix talk show Chelsea. “My mom made me do it.”

More than indifference, the reality star said that she strongly disliked the show, as it was a far stretch from anything that would happen to her in real life and added stress to Kardashian’s already hectic life.

“I hated every minute of it. I was put in situations I would never be in in real life,” she said, adding that she was “stressing myself out, and then dealing with [Trump] and about to be fired, I’m like, ‘F— you. I don’t want to do this.'”

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Although many of Kardashian’s ill feelings toward the series were directed at her overall experience, she did reveal that she’s not exactly a fan of the former host either.

“I don’t think so, no,” she said when Handler asked if momager Kris Jenner thinks Trump is fit for the presidency. “I don’t think he would make a good president.”

And thanks to Handler’s next question, we know Kardashian really just wants what’s best for the country as she said that although she loves her mom, she wouldn’t necessarily support Jenner’s run for the Oval Office.

“I just don’t know if we’re ready for the White House,” she added.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star was joined by fellow Celebrity Apprentice veterans NeNe Leakes, Clay Aiken and Lisa Lampanelli

Though Leakes, 48, thought Trump, now 70, was “very nice” and “very true to who he was,” she acknowledged that she would not be interested in an appointment similar to the one Trump gave Omarosa Manigault recently.

Added Lampanelli, 55: “In all honesty, Chelsea, I have no problem with Trump as a human being … but here’s the deal: Trump is effin’ crazy because in that boardroom he will say some crazy stuff to the women.”

“We all know he loves beautiful women, okay,” she continued, noting that she felt “a little left out” over his praise of the women’s looks. “And then he says to me one day, ‘Lisa, doesn’t Teresa [Giudice] look beautiful today?’ ”

Aiken who also ran for congress in 2014, spoke of complaints that Trump is a narcissist: “I think we saw that [on the show], and this campaign for him isn’t about being president – it’s about having 100 percent name recognition, it’s about being able to say he won, which I think he probably will do, and that’s frightening to me.”

The singer, 37, compared the outcome of the U.S. presidential election to the apathy and regret surrounding Brexit, warning that if people don’t vote, “We will end up with Donald Trump, a clown president for four years.”