Rep. Peter King hasn’t been shy to speak up when he thinks New York has gotten the shaft on funding from Congress, even if it means blasting his fellow Republicans.

But the Long Island lawmaker who briefly flirted with his presidential bid thinks a President Donald Trump would help New York secure needed funding.

“If Donald Trump is elected, New York is not going to have to fight for every penny we’re entitled to,” King said in an interview.

King pointed to funding battles over securing money for first responders whose health was impact by the Sept. 11 terror attacks and the effort to win relief funds after Superstorm Sandy.

“The problem we have in Washington is Republicans never feel like they can win New York, so they ignore it,” King said. “Democrats feel they can’t lose it, so they ignore it. We have to fight for everything.”

That’s not to say King thinks New York will be bumped to the front of the line under a Trump administration, but instead make the state a more automatic consideration.

“Having New York be the epicenter of the Republican Party is very, very good for New York,” he said. “He’s not going to give us special treatment; he’s going to give us fair treatment.”