It only takes a quick sweep of Judd Apatow’s Twitter activity to gather that there’s no love lost between the “Trainwreck” director and GOP nominee Donald Trump.

In fact, he’s become one of the most vocal anti-Trump voices in the entertainment industry this election, regularly tweeting about why a Trump presidency would essentially mean the end of days.

Unconstrained by a 140-character limit on “In Depth with Graham Bensinger,” Apatow detailed his distaste for the former reality show host at length, expressing disbelief that Americans feel comfortable entrusting a power-hungry “crazy person” with the nuclear codes.

“Well, I think he’s a sociopath. I think he’s a very, very dangerous person,” Apatow explained. “I think even if you believed in a lot of conservative values, you shouldn’t support him because I don’t think Donald Trump believes in those values. I think that he’s a heat-seeker; he’s somebody looking for power. And you know when you’re a 70-year-old man and you have not spent any time concerned about anybody but yourself and your family … I don’t think suddenly you’re that person that cares about … the country.”

“I think it’s, like, a crazy person. I honestly think it’s a crazy person,” he continued. “And even if you’re like, ‘I want my taxes to be lower,’ yeah, it’s not enough. Because when North Korea does a missile test, this is not a person that can be trusted in a delicate situation to figure out how to handle very complex situations. You can tell this is not a person that understands any issue deeply.”