Judd Apatow
Judd Apatow said Donald Trump being elected was similar to sexual assault and made crude comments about the first family, Feb.18, 2017. In this photo, Judd Apatow presented "Trainwreck" star Amy Schumer with the Critics' Choice MVP Award in Santa Monica, Jan. 17, 2016. Getty Images

Hollywood actor Judd Apatow said Saturday that he felt Donald Trump election as the president of the country made him feel like he had "just been raped." The comments were made at the Regent Theater in Los Angeles during Pete Holmes' stand-up tour to promote the new HBO series "Crashing."

Best known for "Knocked Up," "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Trainwreck," Apatow also went on to comment about the first family, which included remarks on Melania Trump and Barron Trump.

With Donald Trump as president, Apaptow said: "I feel like I've just been raped and I just don’t know if I'm going to get murdered," according to the Daily Beast.

When Trump was elected, Apatow had previously said he felt like "a person about to get raped, but I didn't know how bad it would be."

However, Apatow did not stop there and moved on to comment on the first family, starting with Melania Trump's refusal to live in the White House.

"That’s pretty bad," he said. "I mean, think about it: Hillary Clinton didn’t move out of the White House and her husband got a bl----b in it."

He added that he "understands" why Melania has been staying away. "Every day she's not in the White House is a day she’s not getting f---ed by Donald Trump. Wouldn't you stay away?" Apatow said.

He also went to joke about Trump's youngest son, 10-year-old Baron.

"[Baron] f---ing gets it," Apatow said. "You see the look his face when Trump's talking?...People are like, 'Is there something wrong with him?’ No! He knows his dad’s a f---ing a--hole!"

Later, he also commented on Trump's laughter.

"Laughter is how we connect, it’s how you show people you love them," Apatow said. "He only laughs when he makes someone feel bad. What does he do to laugh, just go on YouTube and watch Special Olympics bloopers?"

Apatow was slammed over social media for his remarks.

Earlier this year, Apatow commented on the future of comedy in the Trump era.

"It’s hard to do comedy when what’s happening is so weird," Apatow said. "We’ve really passed the point where daily offense would be logical if I was writing a movie. Everything now is weirder than the movie ‘Network.’ It’s a whole new ballgame."