For half the country, the election victory by Donald Trump was a dream come true. For the other half, it was more like a nightmare and they are making sure you know about it.

Real Time on Trump

Just days before Election Day, host of HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher," Bill Maher," gave a serious and impassioned warning about what would happen if Trump was elected. In the days since the election, Maher has remained silent, saving his thoughts for the latest episode of "Real Time." While conservatives across the country were celebrating Trump's win, thousands of liberals protested in streets across America.

For Maher, the liberal comedian saved his protest for the November 11 episode of his show, as highlighted by his offical Twitter account.

In typical Maher fashion, a humorous opening monologue kicked off the program. I think I know why you are happy tonight, drugs!" Maher said, before adding, "what else could it be?" Maher's reference was to various states legalizing marijuana for either recreation or medical use. "This election gave us permission to smoke weed, and a reason we need it," Maher said to the laughter of the audience. "Colorado legalized assisted suicide. I know what you're saying 'road trip,'" he continued.

Maher didn't hold back his thoughts about Trump's victory, comparing it to waking up with a hangover and realizing you slept with an unattractive person the night before.

"It's like a night after hard drinking and you see who you wake up lying next to and you're like "what have I done?'" Maher said. Maher then cited a recent report that the former half-term governor of Alaska could be picked for a cabinet position. "They are literally floating the idea of Sarah Palin as Secretary of the Interior," Maher said in disbelief, before stating, "I'm not even sure she sleeps in doors."

Serious note

Maher went on to close the show on a more serious note.

"Our motto is no longer 'e pluribus unum,' it's 'go f**k yourself,'" Maher observed, before encouraging those on the extreme side of both ends of the political spectrum to find a way to listen to each other and come together.

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Moving forward

It's still too early to know exactly what Trump will do when he gets into office in January, but reports suggest that he is walking back his promise to fully repeal Obamacare, as well as his proposal to ban Muslims and build a wall on the Southern border.

Before Trump can even get into the White House, the new president-elect will have to head to court for the Trump University trial where he is facing charges of racketeering and fraud.

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