While Fox won't be voting for Trump, she did admit that he was once "lovely" to her

By Lindsay Kimble
Updated June 16, 2016 01:35 PM

She’s definitely not with him.

Vivica A. Fox says that in the short year since she appeared on Celebrity Apprentice, Donald Trump has changed – and not for the better.

“I’m like, ‘Who are you? Are you serious?’ ” Fox tells PEOPLE Now of Trump, whom she got to know during season 14 of the reality series in 2015.

She says that “the statements that come out of his mouth on a continuous basis daily are a little disturbing, but that’s on him. If that’s how he’s deciding to run his campaign, that’s okay because #I’mwithher.”

The 51-year-old Independence Day: Resurgence star made it to the final three on Celebrity Apprentice before being fired by Trump, 70.

While she won’t be voting for the presumptive GOP nominee, Fox says he was “lovely” to her during the show.

“In my lifetime I got to campaign and experience the first African American president,” Fox explains. “I’ve campaigned for Hillary [Clinton], and I will be very happy come January when we have our first female president in the United States of America.”

Earlier this year, a resurfaced 2005 Entertainment Weekly article revealed that Trump floated the idea of having teams of “successful African Americans” and “successful whites” face off.

He noted at the time, “Whether people like that idea or not, it is somewhat reflective of our very vicious world.”