Natalie Portman says White House adviser Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerTrump's strategy to stay in office Trump tries to soothe anxious GOP senators Press: King Donald's goal - no checks, no balances MORE, her former friend and Harvard classmate, has transformed into a “super villain.”

“We were friendly,” Portman told Stephen Colbert during a Thursday interview on CBS’s “The Late Show” to promote her new documentary, “Eating Animals.”

The “Black Swan” star and Kushner, husband to President TrumpDonald John TrumpSessions accepts 'Fox News Sunday' invitation to debate, Tuberville declines Priest among those police cleared from St. John's Church patio for Trump visit Trump criticizes CNN on split-screen audio of Rose Garden address, protesters clashing with police MORE's daughter Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpTrump: food chain 'almost working perfectly again' Lilly Wachowski claps back at Ivanka Trump and Elon Musk's 'red pill' exchange Trump says he gave officials 'option' to wear masks at Rose Garden event MORE, both graduated from Harvard University in 2003.

Asked by Colbert to elaborate on her relationship with her fellow 37-year-old, Portman hesitated.

“What can I say?” she said with a laugh.


“Anything you want,” Colbert replied, “it’s a free country.”

“I mean, the last days of, maybe. Right?” Portman shot back.

“Unfortunately, there’s not a lot funny to say about someone you were friends with becoming a super villain,” Portman continued. “So, you know … it’s not funny.”

“He said in some interview that the friends he’s lost because of politics, it’s like exfoliating,” Portman said. “I was like, OK — the spa metaphor.”

“So you’re a dead skin cell?” Colbert asked.

“Proudly!” responded Portman, who campaigned for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonSessions accepts 'Fox News Sunday' invitation to debate, Tuberville declines The Memo: Trump lags in polls as crises press Biden savors Trump's latest attacks MORE during the 2016 White House race.

The Academy Award winner also weighed in on Kushner’s academic record at the elite Ivy League school.

“I’ve heard he wasn’t that great of a student,” Colbert said, referring to Kushner.

“That is true, yes,” said Portman.

A representative of Kushner did not immediately respond to ITK's request for comment.

A Kushner spokeswoman has previously said that Kushner was “an excellent student in high school and graduated from Harvard with honors.”