Over the weekend, Donald Trump received a massive amount of criticism after going on multiple Twitter rants. In the aftermath of his social media meltdown, opponents of the president-elect were quick to lash out, including actress Whoopi Goldberg.

Whoopi speaks

In less than a week, Donald Trump has targeted the cast of "Saturday Night Live," journalists on CNN, and the entire country of China on social media. Trump's most notable Twitter attack came during last Saturday night's "Saturday Night Live" episode, as the show mocked the billionaire real estate mogul's social media addiction.

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Trump railed against actor Alec Baldwin, who plays a fictionalized version of the president-elect, while continuing his opposition to the show. This issue was a hot topic during the December 5 edition of "The View" on ABC.

As usual, the hosts on "The View" highlighted the most popular topics going on around the country, and Donald Trump was one of them. While each host offered up their view point, it was Whoopi Goldberg who went in hard at the former host of "The Apprentice."

"Donald, you need to pay attention to some other things," Whoopi Goldberg said.

"People have questions about their taxes and how they’re going to go up," Goldberg continued, before adding, "The middle class is getting a 2 percent cut in their taxes, yet the people who are really wealthy are getting a 15 percent cut." "That's something you could be tweeting about," Goldberg said, before later concluding, "Stay of Twitter and do your job now!" This isn't the first time that Goldberg has been critical of Trump, as she recently went off about his comments about the cast of the musical "Hamilton."

Moving forward

Despite promising to be "very strained" on Twitter and other social media platforms, Donald Trump has shown he has no intention of slowing down anytime soon.

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Trump's recent comments about China and his controversial phone call with the president of Taiwan caused such a backlash that China filed a complaint against the United States. While these issues continue to mount for Trump, he is scheduled to be sworn in as the next President of the United States in just over a month.