She says Trump told her she was “the hottest one at Fox News” and called her office line a few weeks after she mentioned an interest in working as a judge on his Miss USA beauty pageant.

“Though he said I couldn’t be a judge since I worked at a different network, he did ask me about my career goals and complimented my work at FNC,” Friel, 39, wrote in a sneak peek of her book shared with the Daily News.

“Then, out of nowhere, he said: ‘You should come up to my office sometime, so we can kiss,’” Friel claimed.

The journalist who now works as an anchor at KTLA-TV in Los Angeles says she was “shocked” by the advance.

“’Donald,’ I responded, ‘I believe we’re both married.’ I quickly ended the call,” she wrote.