Australia’s ABC’s “Lateline” has had a long-running “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” podcast which featured the actor’s views on his country’s culture, politics and the economy.

It’s now getting a second season.

“The Late Late Show” host Conan Ollivant, who is known for his blunt comments and sharp satire, spoke about politics and social media, as well as his “Late Late Show” podcast.

Olli revealed he was a “huge Trump supporter” and has been “tweets about Donald Trump since he first came out of the woods.”

He also had some strong words about the United States’ immigration policies, which he said were hurting American communities.

He said “I think we need to put the pressure on the White House, and let them know, if you want to continue to deport us, you’re going to have to be prepared to have us deported.

“You’re going, as a nation, to be a nation of immigrants.”

He said the country is “very polarized” and it was “absolutely the wrong time to be taking on this president.”

Ollimant has a lot of political views, including support for Donald Trump.

OLLI: What I am saying is that Donald Trump is a total fraud.

The truth is he is a fraud.

He’s a total liar.

OILLI: And I’m saying, I am telling you, there’s a lot that’s going on in America, and it’s getting worse.

OELLI: I’m telling you this, and that’s why I am supporting Donald Trump in the primary and I’m supporting him in the general election, because there’s no way he’s going to be able to keep this country together, I think.

OCCUPY MONEY: ‘Catch the President’ on the Late Late podcast was launched in 2016 by Ollie, a writer for The Onion.

The program was hosted by Conan, and he regularly hosted segments for the show.

Oli is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and has spoken out against the death penalty, and other controversial topics.

Conan’s latest episode will air on ABC on Sunday, February 14.