A Hillary Clinton presidency would be a disaster not just for America, but for Europe and the rest of the world, according to the leader of one of France's most right-leaning political parties.

National Front's Marine Le Pen also compared her efforts in France to the Trump campaign, and claimed in an interview this week with CNN that, like the GOP nominee, she is trying to upend her country's political "establishment."

"We are similar because we are not part of the establishment, we are not part of the system and we do not depend on anybody and we don't take orders from anyone," she said.

As for Clinton's candidacy, Le Pen said literally anyone else would be better for France than the former secretary of state.

"For France, anything is better than Hillary Clinton. Anything but Hillary Clinton. Because I think Hillary Clinton means war. Hillary Clinton means devastation. It means world instability," she said.

Though this isn't the first time that Le Pen has noted her support for Trump, or knocked the Democratic nominee, her comments Wednesday mark her harshest criticism yet for Clinton.

Le Pen's party has many similarities with the Trump campaign. It is pro-Brexit, pro-strict immigration reform and it is extremely wary of accepting refugees from Syria and other parts of the Middle East

Her opinions on the 2016 U.S. presidential election stands in sharp contrast to public comments from French President Francois Hollande, who is decidedly unimpressed with Trump.

"[Trump's] excesses make you want to retch, even in the United States, especially when — as was Donald Trump's case — he speaks ill of a soldier, of the memory of a soldier," Hollande said in an interview with AFP.

The French president's remarks came in reference to Trump's bitter back-and-forth last month with a Gold Star family of Muslim faith.

Hollande added in reference to the 2016 presidential election, "Democracy is also at stake, as we see more and more people tempted by authoritarianism.

"Should the American people choose Trump, there will be consequences, because a U.S. election is a global election," he said.