It's a flippant comment that normalises misogyny and sexual assault, and in the process provides a lazy excuse and a get-out clause for inexcusable behaviour.
It also reinforces the most toxic form of masculinity.
"After recovering from a sexual assault last year, I realised what men are really capable of and this sarcastic anthem is my angry response to the double standards we face as women.
"I want to squash these stereotypes with my big platform boots and remind the world that women are more than sexual objects."
It shows Anna and her squad turning the tables on Trump, first kidnapping him and then subjecting him to aggravated humiliation.
It's a bold reversal of power, carried out while looking cool as can be in platform boots.
The song is an uncompromising statement, stirring electro-pop power, boisterous hip-hop rhythms and an industrial intensity into her most singular track to date.
She matches that genre-blurring invention with a vital lyrical statement.
Check-out Anna Straker on Spotify HERE.