Brooke Shields was at the receiving end of one of Trump’s pick-up lines.
The model shared a story on “Watch What Happens Live” Tuesday of a time when the now-President tried to score a date with her nearly two decades ago.
“I was on location doing a movie and he called me right after he had gotten a divorce,” Shields, 52, told host Andy Cohen.
“He said, ‘I really think we should date because you’re America’s sweetheart and I’m America’s richest man and the people would love it,'” she continued.
Brooke Shields shared a story about Trump asking her out on a date.
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Shields turned down the offer — which came after the businessman split from his second wife Marla Maples in 1999 — and said she had a boyfriend who probably wouldn’t like the idea.
The “Pretty Baby” star would have been around 34 at the time.
The tell-all came after Cohen played a game with the former child star in which she guessed who she had taken pictures with over the years.
The final image was of her and Trump at a charity event. Shields also appeared on “Suddenly Susan” with the President.
Trump reportedly said to Brooke Shields: “I really think we should date because you’re America’s sweetheart and I’m America’s richest man and the people would love it.”
She stuck her tongue out at the experience and said “I can’t even speak.”
Shields isn’t the first to recount Trump’s attempts at scoring a date.
Salma Hayek claimed that after she denied a date with Trump, he planted a tabloid story about her calling her “too short.”
Trump and Shields appeared together on “Suddenly Susan.” Pictured are (top row, l-r) Mr. T, Trump, San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, (middle row, l-r) David Strickland, Brooke Shields, Nestor Carbonell, (front row) Judd Nelson.
Candice Bergen and Emma Thompson also recounted the President’s pursuits back in the ’90s.
Thompson said he rang her in her trailer in 1997 suggesting dinner and said they would “get along very well.”
Bergen described her date when she was just 18 and said she thought Trump was good-looking, but he was also a “douche.”