As the holiday season continues, millions of Americans continue to fear what a future Donald Trump presidency will bring the United States. On Christmas, liberal comedian and outspoken Trump critic, Bill Maher, was clear in his pessimistic, but humorous view of the future.

Maher on Christmas

In the months leading up to Election Day, most members of the mainstream media and political pundits didn't think Donald Trump had a realistic chance at success.

After the results came in, the billionaire real estate mogul was the new president-elect, leaving many in a state of shock and awe. As thousands took to the streets to voice their opposition to Trump, comedian Bill Maher also made his thoughts known. While Maher did accept the fact that Trump was going to be the new commander in chief, the host of HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" has continued to hit back at his recent cabinet appointments and Twitter outbursts.

As seen on his offical Twitter account on December 25, Maher didn't seem too optimistic about the country moving forward, especially when it comes to Christmas.

"So you know its really a pagan holiday that was grafted - aw, fuck it, its the last one before the world ends," Bill Maher tweeting, before adding, "#MerryChristMyth everybody!" A notable non-believer, Maher has broken from many more traditional atheist views by openly celebrating Christmas, even though he continues to push back at the religious side of the holiday.

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Earlier this week, Bill Maher sat down with ATTN, and expressed his grievance over many on the left who insist that people say "Happy Holidays. "I'm one of America's leading atheists," Maher said, noting, "I say Merry Christmas.

I don't give a sh*t."

Moving forward

On January 20, despite growing backlash, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States on Inauguration Day. While the former host of "The Apprentice" and his supporters will be celebrating Trump's move to the White House, as many as 100,000 protesters are expected to be in attendance.

Ironically, the same day Trump is sworn in, Bill Maher will celebrate his 61st birthday, and will return for a 15th season of "Real Time with Bill Maher" on HBO.

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