As Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, the opposition to his incoming administration continues to grow. With protesters making their way to Washington, D.C., many top celebrities have used Twitter and other forms of social media to voice their frustration at the Trump inauguration.

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Donald Trump spent the night before his inauguration holding a special candlelight dinner with his friends, family, transition team, and administration. As Friday morning hit, the president-elect made his way to the White House where he, and his wife Melania Trump, met with President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.

Just hours later, the billionaire real estate mogul was scheduled to be officially sworn in as president in the nation's capital. While Trump supporters were celebrating, and onslaught of backlash was seen on Twitter on January 20, including from some top celebrities.

"Upon Donald Trump's swearing in tomorrow he will be violating the constitution and most assuredly committing treason," actor and director Rob Reiner wrote earlier Friday morning, before adding, "God help us." "Welcome to the age of plunder, bluster, and empty rhetoric," author Stephen King wrote on his Twitter account, while explaining, "In other words, to the Age of Dumb.

If you voted for him, you're responsible."

After David Frum, editor of "The Atlantic," referred to Donald Trump as "The worst human being ever to enter the presidency, and I include all the slaveholders," former MSNBC and ESPN host Keith Olbermann decided to give his response.

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"I've known him since 1984," Olbermann wrote back, noting, "You're entirely correct."

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Actor George Takei gave his thoughts, while referencing his time spent in an internment camp during World War 2.

"We survived 4 years in internment camps. We'll survive 4 years of anything, even Trump," Takei noted, concluding, "We'll do it with courage and dignity, as before." Actress Chelsea Handler decided to use a quote from Kara Vallow, an American TV producer, tweeting, "Once or twice in every generation a line is crossed so egregiously that where you stood on the issue will forever define you."

Legendary talk show host Larry King made sure to give his opinion, pointing to the number of protesters that were outnumbering those who were attending the Trump inauguration.

"Word has it roughly 200 buses are coming in for the inauguration, while 1200 are coming in for the protests. It really makes you think," King wrote on Twitter.

Moving forward

Despite the backlash and the historically low incoming favorability rating of under 40 percent, Donald Trump is now the new commander in chief. While the former host of "The Apprentice" has vowed to "Make America Great Again," many Americans appear ready to hold his feet the fire over the next four years.