After Zach Galifianakis' record-breaking "Between Two Ferns" episode with Hillary Clinton last week, the actor has no desire to have Donald Trump as a guest on the show.
"I wouldn't have somebody on that's so mentally challenged," he told the Los Angeles Times. "I feel like I'd be taking advantage of him. And you can print that."
He added that he has no "interest" in doing an episode with Trump because "he's the kind of guy who likes attention -- bad attention or good attention. So you're dealing with a psychosis there that's a little weird."
Clinton's episode of "Between Two Ferns" has proven to be one of the most popular installments of the Funny or Die comedy video website yet. The series brought the Democratic presidential candidate to the show earlier this week, and the episode accrued more than 30 million views in the first 24 hours.
The company also announced the episode was its most-shared social post ever, with more than 500,000 shares on Facebook and 25,000 retweets.
In the episode, Clinton revealed to host Galifianakis what she'd do if she were to lose the election.
"I would try to prevent him from destroying the United States," she said, speaking of Donald Trump. The caveat is that she wouldn't take up arms to start another civil war. "Oh right, because before we were rolling you said you were going to take everyone's guns away," Galifianakis responded.
In the L.A. Times interview, Galifianakis praised the Democratic nominee, saying "she's cool" and "she definitely has a sense of humor."
"But I will say she's very personable in real life," he added. "She really is. There was a laugh or two from her -- a really big laugh -- that we had to edit out because it wasn't icy enough for us in a weird way for what we were doing."