"Just don't replace us with him," Mr Bishop said.
The former United Future leader has unleashed his views as millions of voters wait for NZ First to make its mind up.
The party's caucus and board held an inconclusive meeting yesterday to decide whether National or Labour would lead the next government.
Amid all the post-election tension, Bill English found something to make him laugh today.
If the NZ First leader wanted a quick getaway from reporters, he wasn't getting it this morning.
Scott Brown told Q+A the US has a 'fantastic' relationship with New Zealand and may talk about a bilateral agreement once a new government is formed.
Take a look back at the NZ First leader a day before the first MMP election.