For millions of Americans, it still seems like a dream, or a nightmare, that Donald Trump is going to be the 45th President of the United States. While the reality is continuing to set in, some of Trump's biggest critics, including Bill Maher, are still not happy about it.

Maher on Trump

Just days before Election Day, Bill Maher hosted an episode of "Real Time with Bill Maher," but the show took on a different tone than what is usually seen. While Maher made sure to have humorous moments, the liberal comedian issued a dire warning to the American people in an attempt to prevent Donald Trump from making it to the White House.

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After Trump's historic upset over Hillary Clinton, Maher has picked his spots when he wanted to offer his views. Taking to his offical Twitter account on December 3, the host of HBO's "Real Time" didn't hold back.

"Its been almost a month, will I ever get used to Trump? F**k no," Bill Maher tweeted, offering his current state of mind in a post-Trump election win in America.

Not stopping there, Maher continued, noting, "Its like watching a toddler playing with a gun - you're always nervous." Maher has used Twitter from time to time to hit back at the former host of "The Apprentice," but unlike most of his other critics, Trump never responds to the popular liberal comedian, and it's unlikely that he would ever agree to appear on his show for an interview.

Bill Maher has been on of the loudest opponents of Donald Trump since the start of his campaign in the summer of 2015.

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From Trump's views on Climate Change, economics and foreign policy, or to the fact that he so often pushes debunked conspiracy theories as facts to his supporters. Maher continues to offer his opinions at his own leisure, but will return to host the HBO hit TV series in January.

Trump picks

Though Donald Trump has received criticism on a daily basis for his Twitter tirades and controversial cabinet selections, he is set to be sworn on Inauguration Day on January 20. In an ironic twist, January 20 is also the season premiere of "Real Time with Bill Maher," as well as the host's birthday.