Donald Trump struck out with Candice Bergen at Penn

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Candice Bergen and Art Garfunkel in a scene from 1971’s “Carnal Knowledge.”

In the mid-1960s, when Donald Trump attended the University of Pennsylvania, another student with a wealthy father was Candice Bergen, daughter of popular ventriloquist Edgar Bergen.

Always with a keen eye for the ladies, Trump asked Bergen, who would soon become famous as a model and actress (Carnal Knowledge, later Murphy Brown), out on a date.

On Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen this week, Bergen, wearing a “Free Melania” sweater, said Trump arrived in “a burgundy limousine” wearing “a three-piece burgundy suit and burgundy patent-leather loafers.”

As for whether the soon-to-be-famous couple clicked, Bergen told Cohen she was home “very early. There was no physical contact whatsoever.”

“He was a good-looking guy,” Bergen said of the future president. “And a douche.”