Author and sex columnist Dan Savage in his latest “Savage Love” podcast said he does not favor first lady Melania Trump, adding she is “ugly on the inside.”

“God knows there’s enough hate in the world and I don’t want to add to the sum total, but forgive me, I have got to get this off my chest: I fucking hate Melania Trump,” he said Tuesday.

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Savage, who is also an executive producer of ABC’s “The Real O’Neals,” said he isn’t alone in his views on President Donald Trump’s third wife. “She’s married to a misogynist after all,” he said. “Odd are good her husband hates her too.”

Savage continued: “But there are some folks on the left who not only don’t hate her, they view her as some sort of sympathetic figure. The pretty princess in the tower locked up by the orange ogre with the bad combover, a princess desperately blinking out distress signals during swearing-in ceremonies and inaugural balls."

He also said because Melania Trump is an attractive woman, people automatically assume that she is just as pretty on the inside. 

“It’s definitely not true in this case. Mrs. Trump, Melania Trump, is as ugly on the inside as she is pretty on the outside. She is a birther. Pretty Melania went on TV to push the same racist conspiracy theories about Barack Obama that her husband did.

"She’s an immigrant who doesn’t give a shit about the plight of other immigrants. She’s famously a plagiarist. And she’s brought ruinous lawsuits against journalists and bloggers, accusing them of, among other things, potentially interfering with her ability to profit off her role as first lady," he said.

Savage and his husband, Terry Miller, started the It Gets Better Project in 2010 to raise awareness of teenage bullying. The project won a Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Award. Former President Barack Obama was also involved in the project, making an appearance in the video.

“We’ve got to dispel this myth that bullying is just a normal rite of passage; that it’s just some inevitable part of growing up. It’s not,” he said.

Melania Trump once said as first lady she vowed to fight bullying. Her son, Barron Trump, 10, was recently a victim of cyberbullying as he was mocked on social media for his behavior and physical appearance during his father’s inauguration in January.

Pop singer Lady Gaga said last November Melania Trump's anti-bullying is “hypocrisy.”

".@MELANIATRUMP to say u will stand for 'anti-bullying' is hypocrisy. Your husband is 1 of the most notorious bullies we have ever witnessed," Gaga tweeted Nov. 6.