Howard Stern has some advice for President TrumpDonald John TrumpGillibrand backs federal classification of third gender: report Former Carter pollster, Bannon ally Patrick Caddell dies at 68 Heather Nauert withdraws her name from consideration for UN Ambassador job MORE: “get the f--k out” of the White House.

“I was watching the news. They said that the president calls his friends and asks advice,” Stern said on his eponymous SiriusXM radio show on Tuesday, following a discussion about adult film star Stormy Daniels’s allegations that she had an affair with Trump. “He’s never once called me and asked for advice,” Stern lamented. “Which kind of got me a little upset.”

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As a New York real estate mogul, Trump was a frequent guest on Stern’s radio show, where he dished on everything from celebrities to his sex life. While the 64-year-old former “America’s Got Talent” judge has insisted he’s not “an insider” when it comes to Trump, he’s had a personal relationship with the president and called him a friend.

“Well, maybe he’s just not thinking that you have good advice,” Stern’s co-host, Robin Quivers, said.

“Yeah, probably not,” Stern replied. “My advice would be, like, get the f--- out of there, man.”

“Why do you need that for?” Stern exclaimed. “Go back to Mar-a-Lago and hang.”

Stern says Trump should simply pack it in and hand things over to his vice president.

“Just give it over to Pence — let him do his thing.”

Stern predicted last year that Trump would regret becoming president.

“Seventy-year-old guy who has made so much money — he’s made billions of dollars — that he has his own helicopter, he has his own airplane. He has a hot wife. He’s got fame from a No. 1 television show,” Stern said last May. “He can walk around Mar-a-Lago, which is like any palace — better than the f--king White House.”

“And then when he went out on the campaign trail, and he started to win, it was like, 'Oh my God, I’m going to be president, and all these crowds love me, and it’s going to be fun,'” Stern told his listeners. “No f--king idea the shitty life he was gonna have."