The former Hills star joined Sirius XM's Taylor Strecker on-air on Thursday, where she chatted about the lewd comments Trump made about women in 2005, saying that she believes "locker room talk" happens more than we think.
"I actually do think that guys talk like that. They do," she shared. "However, obviously as a woman, as a mother, I don't want to hear that. However, guys are kind of sleazy and they do talk about that stuff, some of my girlfriends talk like that."
Cavallari then touched on Trump's much buzzed-about line, "When you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything."
"Obviously, guys with power and money, they kind of can get any girl, unfortunately," she said. "I mean, girls do throw themselves at these guys, and so they kind of can do whatever they want, which isn't necessarily OK. But I do think that that kind of talk probably happens more than we think, or than we want to think."
"As a woman, no, I don't want to hear that guys are talking like that," she confessed, before joking that if she heard her sons speaking like that in the future, she would "probably slap them across the face."
"My oldest [Camden] is such a good kid that he wouldn't swear, just because he's such a people pleaser. He's the sweetest thing in the entire world. He will definitely not be talking like Trump," she revealed. "Jaxon, on the other hand, definitely will be. I have one of each in my house."
Speaking of children, Cavallari also seemed to confirm that her husband, Jay Cutler, got a vasectomy.
"We're done having kids. Done done," the mother of three said. "You can ask Jay. It's his story to tell."
"We [as women] have to deal with everything," she elaborated on why she thought it was Cutler's responsibility to take action. "You can't do one little snip snip?"