President Donald Trump may have gotten an invitation from Alec Baldwin to join him and the rest of his cast members on Saturday Night Live, but it looks like there's another widely popular show that he will not be invited to.
In an interview with former Today host Matt Lauer, multi-Emmy-winning talk show host and comedian Ellen DeGeneres revealed that she will not be inviting our president to appear on her show.
"Um, no," she said. "Because I’m not going to change his mind."
In the past, DeGeneres has welcomed both former President Barack Obama and 2016 presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton. In fact, Obama even appeared two times as a guest on her show, once in 2011 and again in February 2016. So why not Trump?
"He’s against everything that I stand for," DeGeneres continued. "We need to look at someone else who looks different than us and believes in something that we don’t believe in and still accept them, and still let them have their rights."
Even though DeGeneres herself said that we should all still accept others when they believe in something we don't, she won't invite Trump on her show. Do you smell hypocrisy too?
In the past, DeGeneres took to Twitter to speak out in response to the president's travel ban before adding a bit about her gratefulness for immigrants.
"P.S. My grandparents were immigrants. The woman making us pizza right now is Muslim. And I'm grateful for all of them," she tweeted.
In her interview with Lauer, DeGeneres also spoke about her relationship with Trump when they met in the past.