Sharon Osbourne: Trump's behavior is not fit for the White House
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Sharon Osbourne says she’s not a fan of Donald TrumpDonald TrumpDNC calls for suspension of Kushner's security clearance amid FBI scrutiny Reporter assaulted by GOP candidate: Most 'surreal experience' of my career Lawyer: Kushner to cooperate on all probes of Russia meetings MORE’s turn as a presidential candidate, calling the GOP White House hopeful’s behavior on the campaign trail “not dignified.” 

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Appearing on Howard Stern’s SiriusXM radio show earlier this week, the co-host of CBS’s “The Talk” said that while Trump has “always been a gentleman” to her, she doesn’t appreciate his latest role as politician. 

“You don’t expect somebody in that sphere to behave that way,” Osbourne said. 

Osbourne, who was a contestant on the then-Trump-hosted “Celebrity Apprentice” in 2010, slammed the real estate mogul’s attitude during his presidential bid, saying, “The thing is, it’s just his general demeanor, his approach, the way he talks into the camera. I find it not dignified.” 

When Stern countered that Osbourne herself is known for being outspoken, much like Trump, she responded, “But I’m not running to represent America.” 

“If he was running for mayor of New York, or if he was running to be a senator, God bless you. But to represent this country at this particular time...” Osbourne said before Stern interjected. 

“He’s not the right guy, you’re saying?” asked the radio host. 

Osbourne paused before replying, “For me.” 

The London-born wife and manager of singer Ozzy Osbourne said that while she holds both British and American citizenship, she won’t be among those headed to the polls in 2016. 

“I never [vote],” Osbourne told Stern. “Because you know why? Everybody disappoints me.”