The president's pick-up line ended with the phrase, "The people would love it."
While appearing on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" on Tuesday night, the actress was asked about a photo she and POTUS posed for together back in the day.
"I think it was at a charity food event," Shields said, while grimacing. When asked if he hit on her at the party, she said, "No, but he did ask me out later."
Thankfully, Cohen didn't just leave it at that and proceeded to ask her how the date went.
"With him? I didn't go out!" she said. "He called me, I was on location doing a movie, and he called me after he had gotten a divorce and he said ... I'm just giving this to you right now ... and he said 'I really think we should date because you're America's Sweetheart and I'm America's richest man and the people would love it.'"
Shields' response: "I have a boyfriend, I really don't think ... he's not really gonna be happy about it."
Brooke is just the latest celebrity to speak out about being pursued by the current president. Both Candice Bergen and "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Kim Richards have been open about going out on dates with him back in the day, while Salma Hayek and Emma Thompson both revealed they turned him down in the past too.
Bergen, who famously played Murphy Brown on TV, said the date with Trump during their days at the University of Pennsylvania was "a very short evening."