Emmy Award-winning actress Candice Bergen made a statement Wednesday by sporting a “Free Melania [Trump]” shirt during a recent live interview to promote her new movie.

Bergen said that as an 18-year-old college student she went on a date with Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden slams Trump over golf gif hitting Clinton Trump Jr. declines further Secret Service protection: report Report: Mueller warned Manafort to expect an indictment MORE, whom she called both "a good looking guy" and a "douche" at the time.

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“He was wearing a three-piece burgundy suit and burgundy patent leather loafers,” she said on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen," adding that he also showed up in a matching burgundy limousine.

The two, however, did not hit it off.

“I was home very early. There was no physical contact whatsoever,” the longtime Hollywood star said.

Bergen also spoke about the date Thursday on "Harry" with host Harry Connick Jr.

"It was like a blind date,” she said, adding that Trump "called me in the dorm, and I was bored.”

"Free Melania" became a popular meme and Twitter hashtag after a video emerged following Trump's Inauguration. In it, Melania Trump can be seen smiling as her husband turns around to talk to her, only to start frowning as soon as he turns away.

During the Women's March on Washington the day after Inauguration Day, marchers carried an array of signs with some that said "Free Melania" and “Melania: Blink Twice If You Need Help."

"Blink if you need help Melania Trump," comedian Chelsea Handler tweeted several days later.